[บันทึกคำศัพท์]: Have

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  • Mean:
    - I don’t know anything at all.
    - I don’t know how to do that at all.
  • Example:
    - Do you know time it is. I have no idea.
    - How long were you take to finish it. I really have no idea.
  • Mean:
    - To be very sure that you know everything about the situation especially when you do not
    - รู้ไปหมดทุกเรื่อง มีคำตอบให้กับทุกอย่าง
  • Example:
    - We don’t have all the answers. The situation remain to be seen.
    - Teachers are expected to have all the answer sometime and that not fair because they don’t and no one dose.
    - He acts like he have all the answer.
  • Mean:
    - Have fun, to enjoy yourself
    - การอวยพรให้โชคดี ให้สนุก มีความสุข
  • Example:
    - Do you have a good time?
    - We had a really good time in japan last week.
    - Come on. We’ll have a great time I promise.
    - I’m going to concert tonight. Oh have a good time.
    - I’m leaving. Ok, Have a good time and be a good boy.
  • Mean:
    - ลอง พยายามทำบางสิ่งบางอย่างที่ไม่เคยทำมาก่อน
    - To attempt to do something especially that unfamiliar to you or it’s a new thing to you.
  • Example:
    - I know a lot of this work is new to you. But just have a go and let me know if you have any questions.
    - I having a go at doing on my own taxes this year.
    - I don’t know if I can do it. But sure I’ll have a go.
    - I sure I can do better then that. Let me have a go.
  • Mean:
    - To glance.
    - เหลือบดู มองดู ไม่ได้ตั้งใจดู ดูเร็วๆไม่จริงจังอะไรมาก
  • Example:
    - Hey! come here. Let have a look at this report and see if you can can tell what’s wrong with it.
    - That store over there look promising. Do you what to stop and have a look.
  • Mean:
    - To watch or look at something closely.
    - To monitor something continuously.
    - จ้องจับตามองบางสิ่งอย่างต่อเนื่อง
    - To be interested in something. Especially as a goal or as something to be bought.
  • Example:
    - I always have my eye on the clock at the end of the day. Counting down the minutes until I can go home.
    - Don’t worry! I have my eye on those guys.
    - She always have her eye on that house at the end of the street.
    - He always have his eye on the position.

Guts -> ข้างใน, ไส้, พุง
Gutsy: [adj]: กล้า เป็นคนกล้า

  • Mean:
    - Courageous
    - มีความกล้าหาญ
  • Example:
    - Dose she have the guts to do something that risky.
    - I always talking about quitting my job. But we all know that I don’t have the guts.
    - No one has the guts to argue with the boss.
    - They’re the bunch of bully and you need to have the guts to stand up to them.
    - She didn’t have the guts to tell him. She not in love with him anymore.
    - You’re such gutsy fighter. that why admire about you.
  • Mean:
    - มีบางอย่างเหมือนกัน
    - To share the same personality, characteristic, interest, opinion with someone or something.
  • Example:
    - Well at least we have something in common. We both hate that guys. Your enemy is my enemy now.
    - Mike and Danny have a lot in common, I can see why they’re best friends.
  • Mean:
    - จะทำอะไรก็ทำไป
    - ตามใจ
  • Example:
    - Have it your way then see if I care. But if you mess it up, don’t come back and ask for my help.
    - Fine have it your way, but if you get duped, don’t come crawling back to me.
  • Mean:
    - To be reserved or intended for someone.
    - To be a perfect match for someone’s interest or taste.
  • Example:
    - Are you sure you don’t want any dessert? There’s a chocolate cake here that has your name on it.
    - Do you have any new mystery or detective stories? Oh yeah we’ve just got one with your name on it.
  • Mean:
    - To not be any better than anyone.
    - ไม่สามารถจะดีกว่า หรือเอาชนะใครสักคนได้
  • Example:
    - Yeah you’re pretty good at cooking, but you have noting on my friend, Jessica. She is like on another level. She is master chef good.
    - We have nothing on them. We have no proof of the wrong doing about them.
    - You can accuse me all you want, but you know you have nothing on me.
    - The police has nothing on him, and so we’re forced to let him go.
  • Mean:
    - Have a special skill or ability to deal with someone or something.
    - มีความชำนาญ เชี่ยวชาญ เกี่ยวกับอะไรบางอย่าง ที่สามารถเอาไปต่อรองกับใครได้
  • Example:
    - My mom has away with flowers. She can arranges them beautifully.
    - She has away with Jeff. She can get him to do anything.
    - He’s a great teacher. He really has away with children.
  • Mean:
    - มีความสามารถในการใช้ถ้อยคำ ใช้ภาษาที่สละสลวย ที่สามารถโน้มน้าวใจผู้คน
    - To have a talent for using language in a charming eloquent, effecting, persuasive manner.
  • Example:
    - Tommy really has away with words, so he should be the one to gives the presentation.
    - We should ask Jenny to make the announcement, she has away with words.
  • Mean:
    - To talk with someone, especially in private. And it could possibly be warning or reprimand.
    - ขอคุยตัวต่อตัวกับใครสักคน อย่างจริงจัง เพื่อการกล่าวตักเตือน หรือตำหนิ
  • Example:
    - Son: Dad said it’s okay for me to stay late tonight.
    Mom: Is that so? Can I have a word with you? (Dad)
    - I just has a word with him, and he said he was gonna help.
    - The manager asks to have a word with you in his office.
    - Can I have a word with you? It’s about you know who.
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