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halve (HAV, HAHV) (verb)
1. To divide something into two equal portions or parts: Trina agreed to share the last slice of toast and her friend agreed to halve it with a knife.
2. To lessen or reduce by half: Francine decided to halve the meal with her sister so the two of them could eat the same amount.
have (HAV) (verb)
1. To maintain ownership or possession: Jacob decided he had to have a new car and so he bought one!
2. To experience or to suffer from something: Josie said, "I feel terrible because I have a bad cold."
3. To come to a conclusion about an idea or an object: Ronda said, "I have an opinion about the new fashions."

Jill's mother said, "I have to halve the last piece of chocolate with your sister."

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have (HAV) (verb)
1. To possess something: Jack asked, "Don't you already have a car?"
2. To accept; to take: Linda told the waiter, "I'll have the peas instead of the spinach, please."
3. To give birth to; to bear: She told Grace that she was going to have a baby the following month.
got (GAHT) (verb)
1. To have come into possession or use of; to have received: She got a cat for her birthday.
2. To have gone after something and to have obtained it: He got a book at the library right after he got his breakfast at the local restaurant.
3. To have acquired as a result of some action or effort: He got his information from the internet.
have got (HAV GAHT) (verb)
1. To have or to possess, either in a concrete or an abstract sense: The couple have got all that they had ever hoped for.
2. In the sense of "must" or "possess": Jack said, "I have got to leave."

Rebecca and Tom said, "We have got plenty of apples and intend to keep them."

I have inherited a large fortune which my father got with sound investments in mineral rights in Canada and so I have decided I have got to plan a long trip to see the world.

Units related to: “have
(Latin: to dwell, to live; have, hold; that which may be easily handled, is suitable, fit properly; clothing)