|have you over
||invite you to visit us, drop over
||When we move into our new home we want to have you over.
|have your cake and eat it, too
||have something after you have eaten or spent it, have it both ways
||You want to spend your money and still have it. You can't have your cake and eat it, too!
|have your period [B]
||menstruate, got the rags on
||I get stomach pains when I have my period. Do you?
|haven't got a hope
||do not have a good chance of succeeding
||If you don't study for exams, you haven't got a hope.
|haven't got a hope in hell
||have no chance to win or succeed or survive etc.
||If the parachute doesn't open, I haven't got a hope in hell.
|haven't got the stomach for it
||dislike it, do not enjoy it
||She likes to dissect frogs, but I haven't got the stomach for it.
|haven't seen hide nor hair
||have not seen a person, have seen no sign of him
||We haven't seen hide nor hair of Jack since he borrowed $1000.
|haven't the foggiest
||have no idea what the answer is, do not know the answer,
have a clue
||"What's a googol?" "A googol! I don't know. I haven't the foggiest!"
||problems happen, crises occur suddenly
||Farmers plant their crops, and havoc strikes in hailstones.
||a person who likes war; wants to make war
||The hawks were pleased when the US declared war on Iraq.