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phrasal verb [transitive] [never passive]
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present tense
I/you/we/theyhave over
he/she/ithas over
present participlehaving over
past tensehad over
past participlehad over

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  1. have someone over if you have someone over, they come to your house to visit you or to stay with you

    We're having the Simpsons over for dinner on Tuesday evening.

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