have a good command of
Have the ability to use or control; have mastery of. For example, She has a remarkably good command of Japanese, or He had a good command of his emotions. [Mid-1600s]
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- have a crack at,
- have a crush on,
- have a familiar ring,
- have a fit,
- have a go at,
- have a good day,
- have a good head on one's shoulders,
- have a good mind to,
- have a good thing going,
- have a good time
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