Have a time of it



see under hard time , def. 1.

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  • Have a toehold

    verb phrase To get or have a precarious grip on something; get or have an uncertain command: You’ve got a good toehold on the job; now let’s see you take over [1940s+; fr the sort of unsure footing one has when only the toes are planted and the precarious seizure one has made when only […]

  • Have a weakness for

    Be susceptible to; also, like or enjoy. For example, She has a weakness for older men, or Bill has a weakness for fine wine. [ c. 1700 ]



  • Have a whack at

    see: have a crack at

  • Have a word with

    Speak with, discuss with, as in Jerry asked to have a word with you , or I must have a word with Bill about the repairs . This expression, from the late 1400s, was at one time used interchangeably with have words with , but it no longer is.



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