Have it going on

verb phrase

To be attractive; e chi and up-to-date: So you think you’ve got it going on, huh? (1990s+)


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    verb phrase To enjoy prosperity, health, regular meals, and pleasures, etc: I had it real good up there, till they canned me/ We never had it so good! (1940s+)

  • Have it in for someone

    verb phrase To be angry with; feel vindictive toward; bear a grudge: Hatfield had it in for McCoy (1849+)

  • Have it in one

    Have the ability to accomplish something. As Sir Arthur Conan Doyle put it in A Study in Scarlet (1887), “I know well that I have it in me to make my name famous.”

  • Have it off

    verb phrase To do the sex act; copulate •Still chiefly British: who has had it off with both of them [1930s+ British; fr earlier use, ”to achieve a crime or shady transaction, pull something off,” probably transferred to sexual activity on analogy with cheating and hanky panky, and by psychological suggestions related to pull off […]

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