|have the final say
||make the final decision, call the shots
||The children want a pony, but John has the final say.
|have the floor
||it is your turn to speak to the group
||You have the floor, Mai. Please tell us about your idea.
|have the makings of
||(See the makings of)
|have things in hand
||(See have it in hand)
||must, cannot avoid
||Jill has to go to the meeting. She's the president.
|have to go
||need to visit a washroom, have to whiz
||Can we find a washroom? I have to go.
|have to go some
||must try harder, have to improve
||You'll have to go some to get an A. It's a difficult course.
|have to hand it to you
||must admit that you can do it, give you credit (see give her credit)
||I have to hand it to you. You did every problem correctly.
|have what it takes
||(See got what it takes)
|have you for breakfast
||defeat you easily, cut you to ribbons
||Don't try to beat the gangsters. They'll have you for breakfast.