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Have a mind to

see: have a good mind to


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  • Have an attitude

    verb phrase

  • Have an edge on someone

    verb phrase To have an advantage; enjoy a superior or winning position: The slim and handsome will always have the edge on the rest of us (1896+)

  • Have a nerve

    verb phrase To be impudently aggressive: You sure have your nerve, telling him off that way (1890+) Also, have some nerve. Have audacity, show effrontery. For example, You have a nerve telling me what to do, or She had some nerve, criticizing the people who donated their time. The related have the nerve is used […]

  • Have a nice day

    sentence A saying said upon parting, often by someone who is not an acquaintance: store employees trained to say ”Have a nice day” Also, have a good day; have a good one. A cordial goodbye to you. For example, Thanks for the order, have a nice day, or See you next week—have a good day, […]

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