have on (2)

This page is about the phrasal verb have on (2).

Meaning: If you have something on at a certain time, you've arranged to do something at that time.

For example:

  • have sth on If you don't have anything on tonight, we could see a movie if you like.

  • have sth on I have a lot on tomorrow, but maybe we could meet on Thursday.

Note: We can also say "I've got something on" or "Have you got anything on?"

Quick Quiz:

I'm sorry, but I have something on tonight. Maybe we could

a. take it off

b. meet tomorrow

c. meet tonight

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