|have a case of
||be sick from, have a disease
||I was in bed. I had a bad case of the flu.
|have a chair
||please sit down on a chair, have a seat
||"Please have a chair," my aunt said, and the man sat down.
|have a clue
||know about the answer, know about the topic
||I didn't have a clue about the answer to Question 2.
|have a conniption
||become very upset, have a fit
||Stop playing your violin, or Mom will have a conniption!
|have a crush on
||(See got a crush on)
|have a cow
||(See don't have a cow)
|have a drag
||draw smoke through a cigarette, have a drag
||I'm out of cigarettes. Can I have a drag of yours?
|have a fit
||become very excited, have a conniption
||Promise me you won't have a fit if I fail math.
|have a fix
||take some drugs, get a fix, shoot up
||After he's had a fix, he's happy. The heroin satisfies his need.
|have a flat
||have a hole in a tire, have a flat tire
||If you have a flat, phone a service station for help.