hold a grudge against:She has it in for intelligent students who fail to use their abilities. To get, receive, or take:to have a part in a play; to have news. To move busily from place to place. Maybe that's why the Royals have been slow to gut their roster in favor of a complete rebuild, even if that appears to be coming. Origin, originally uncertain Collins Concise English Dictionary HarperCollins Publishers: have /hv/ vb (has, having, had mainly tr) to be in material possession of; own: he has two cars to possess as a characteristic quality or attribute: he has dark hair to receive, take, or obtain. Informal Terms object Informal. To hold an advantage over:He has you there. Have at, to go at vigorously; attack:First he decided to have at his correspondence. Next, I put her down on her hands and knees, fucking her cunt doggie style from behind, stopping once in a while and letting her push her little ass back up against my cock, just urging me to keep fucking her. Idioms have had it: Idioms ( with object) to be tired and disgusted:I've had it with your excuses. To go; leave:told him to buzz off.
She was so cute and had a analysis of a Database perfect body for me, small gorgeous breasts, awesome tight bottom and a beautiful pussy. Informal Termsa phone call:When I find out, I'll give you a buzz. She has held up a mirror to my fears and helped me dismantle them shard by shard. She disappears and reappears on the top of a tree, draws on the walls and then vanishes into the basement where I find her giggling behind the danger DO NOT touch sign. object to fly a plane very low over: to buzz a stadium.