Found 843 phrases starting with H:

have a green thumbA person with a green thumb, a natural skill for gardening.Rate it:
have a handle onTo be in control; to understand or grasp.Rate it:
have a handle on itUnderstand all the minute details, the goal, the dangers, the possible glitches, the possible adversarial action.Rate it:
have a head forto be capable with, to be knowledgeable aboutRate it:
have a heartTo be kind or sympathetic; to treat others kindly.Rate it:
have a laughTo laughRate it:
have a laughTo joke; kid around.Rate it:
have a laughTo enjoy oneself; have fun.Rate it:
have a look-seeTake a look.Rate it:
have a mind like a sieveTo have a poor memory; to have difficulty remembering things.Rate it:
have a mind of one's ownTo form one's personal opinions and choose one's actions without being governed by the views or choices of others; to be independently minded; to think for oneself.Rate it:
have a mountain to climbTo be faced with a difficult task or challenge.Rate it:
have a nice dayUsed other than as an idiom: see have, a, nice, day.Rate it:
have a nice dayGoodbye.Rate it:
have a pairTo be manly.Rate it:
have a screamTo have a good time, to have a blast.Rate it:
have a screw looseA phrase meaning that the subject is insane or irrational.Rate it:
have a seatA polite directive to sit down.Rate it:
have a seatSee have; seat.Rate it:
have a seatTo sit down; to take a seat.Rate it:
have a snootfulTo be drunk.Rate it:
have a soft spot in your heartAn emotional outlook and an accepting attitude toward others in difficult or trying situations.Rate it:
have a stabTo make an attempt, a try.Rate it:
have a thingto be in a casual relationship.Rate it:
have a thingto have a crush, or a soft spot for someone.Rate it:
have a tiger by the tailTo be in a difficult or dangerous situation in which one ideally should not remain, but from which one cannot withdraw.Rate it:
have a way withTo be skilled, adept, or graceful in something.Rate it:
have a whale of a timeTo enjoy oneself greatly.Rate it:
have a wordTo speak to someone in private, often with a negative implication.Rate it:
have a word withTo talk or speak with.Rate it:
have a word with oneselfTo think about one's attitudes or behaviour with a view to reform.Rate it:
have an axe to grindTo have a dispute, resentment, or grudge, sometimes with a disposition to act on that resentment covertly; to have a bias; to take issue with something.Rate it:
have an eye forTo have good taste; to have the ability to discriminate or identify quality.Rate it:
have ants in one's pantsTo be agitated and constantly fidgeting.Rate it:
have ants in one's pantsTo be sexually excited.Rate it:
have atTo attack; to engage in combat with.Rate it:
have at itattempt, to go ahead, or to attack physically.Rate it:
have bats in one's belfryTo be crazy or eccentric.Rate it:
have been aroundTo be experienced in worldly matters; to be seasoned, not naive.Rate it:
have butterflies in one's stomachTo be nervous, uncertain, or anxious.Rate it:
have egg on one's faceTo suffer embarrassment or humiliation; to damage one's reputation.Rate it:
have eyes bigger than one's bellyTo take more food on one's plate than one can eat; to be greedy.Rate it:
have eyes bigger than one's stomachTo take more food on one's plate than one can eat; to be greedy.Rate it:
have eyes forTo be romantically interested in [someone].Rate it:
have eyes in the back of one's headTo be particularly, especially uncannily, observant; a perceived ability to see in all directions at once.Rate it:
have gotTo be obliged.Rate it:
have had itTo have endured all that one can.Rate it:
have had it up to hereTo have become very frustrated or angry; to have reached the limit of one's patience or forbearance.Rate it:
have had one's chipsTo be dead or finished.Rate it:
have in mindTo consider, to contemplate, to intend.Rate it:

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