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to have it in for somebody

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  • have no time for somebody — have no time for sb/sth | not have much time for sb/sth idiom (informal) to dislike sb/sth • I have no time for lazy people like Steve. Main entry: ↑timeidiom …   Useful english dictionary

  • have no use for somebody — have no ˈuse for sb idiom to dislike sb • I ve no use for people who don t make an effort. Main entry: ↑useidiom …   Useful english dictionary

  • have it in for somebody — have it ˈin for sb idiom (informal) to not like sb and be unpleasant to them Main entry: ↑haveidiom …   Useful english dictionary

  • have the hots for somebody — get/have the ˈhots for sb idiom (informal) to be sexually attracted to sb Main entry: ↑hotsidiom …   Useful english dictionary

  • not have much time for somebody — have no time for sb/sth | not have much time for sb/sth idiom (informal) to dislike sb/sth • I have no time for lazy people like Steve. Main entry: ↑timeidiom …   Useful english dictionary

  • only have eyes have eyes only for somebody — only have eyes for/have eyes only for sb idiom to be in love with only one particular person • He s only ever had eyes for his wife. Main entry: ↑eyeidiom …   Useful english dictionary

  • have a soft spot for somebody — have a soft ˈspot for sb/sth idiom (informal) to like sb/sth • She s always had a soft spot for you. Main entry: ↑softidiom …   Useful english dictionary

  • have first call (on somebody) — have first ˈcall (on sb/sth) idiom to be the most important person or thing competing for sb s time, money, etc. and to be dealt with or paid for before other people or things • The children always have first call on her time. Main entry:… …   Useful english dictionary

  • have a lot of time for somebody — have a lot of time for sb/sth idiom (informal, especially BrE) to like and be interested in sb/sth • I ve always had a lot of time for Mary. Main entry: ↑timeidiom …   Useful english dictionary

  • have a go at somebody — have a ˈgo at sb idiom (informal, BrE) to criticize sb or complain about sb • The boss had a go at me for being late for work. • The government are always having a go at teachers …   Useful english dictionary

  • have (got) something against somebody — ˌhave (got) sth aˈgainst sb/sth derived (not used in the progressive tenses) to dislike sb/sth for a particular reason • What have you got against Ruth? She s always been good to you. Main entry: ↑havederived …   Useful english dictionary

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