have something going
see have a good thing going; have going for one.
Have vs. HasHave and has are different forms of the verb to have. Even though they come from the same word, there are slight differences in the way they’re used. Have is used with I, you, we, and they, while has is used with he, she, and it. The verb to have has many different meanings. Its primary meaning is to possess, own, hold for use, or …
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- have someone's ear,
- have someone's hide,
- have someone's number,
- have something against,
- have something coming,
- have something on,
- have something to show for,
- have the better of,
- have the blues,
- have the courage of one's convictions
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