||writer, journalist, computer guru
||Some hack wrote a story about the mayor's son being on drugs.
|had a bellyful
||had too much, do not want to receive any more
||I've had a bellyful of the Reborn Party. What a bunch of bigots!
|had a belt
||had a drink of alcohol, had a couple
||Ragnar had a belt or two at the tavern in town.
|had a couple
||had two or more drinks of alcohol, tipsy
||She was laughing a lot - like she'd had a couple.
|had a few
||a little drunk, buzzed
||He staggered a bit when he walked - like he'd had a few.
||should, ought to
||I'd better call and explain why we didn't attend the reception.
||endured, fed up, put up with a lot
||After ten minutes of his talk, she's had enough. She leaves.
|had his bell rung
||hit hard, bodychecked, knocked out
||Pat had his bell rung by No. 4. He was unconscious for awhile.
||had too much of, frustrated with, fed up
||I've had it with politicians who waste our money. It's sickening.
||worn beyond use, shabby, wear out
||My bike's had it: the frame's broken and the gears slip.