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phrasal verb
  1. 1

    have in

    or

    have got in

    if you have someone in, they come to your house, office, factory etc to do some work there

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  2. 3

    have in

    or

    have got in

    British to have a supply of something that you regularly use in your house, for example food, drink, or fuel

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