|have a say
||be allowed to state a view, help to make the decision
||Only the investors will have a say in the price of the product.
|have a seat
||sit down, please be seated, have a chair
||The farmer pointed to a chair and said, "Have a seat."
|have a shot at
||have a chance or a try, qualify to compete
||If Scotty wins this fight, he'll have a shot at the boxing title.
|have a sip
||have a small taste, drink through a straw
||Can I have a sip of your cherry drink? Just a little sip?
|have a smash
||have a drink of liquor, have a sip
||Here, Jon. Have a smash of the brandy before it's all gone.
|have a soft spot for
||have a caring feeling for, have sympathy for, feel for
||I've always had a soft spot in my heart for Martha. She was so kind to me as a child.
|have a whiz
||go to the toilet, visit the john
||We were so busy we didn't even stop to have a whiz!
|have a word with you
||talk to you, discuss with you
||As I left the room, Mr. Lee said, "May I have a word with you?"
|have an affair
||see a lover who is not your spouse, fool around
||"Liz is having another affair." "Who is she seeing? Bart?"
|have an attack
||feel sudden pain from a disease or illness
||She can hardly breathe. I think she's having an asthma attack.