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Phrasal Verbs

have out

This page is about the phrasal verb have out

Meaning: If you have something out, like a tooth or an organ, it's removed from your body.

For example:

  • have sth out Her dentist said she couldn't save the tooth, so she'll have to have it out.

  • have sth out My son's having his appendix out later today.

Quick Quiz:

Henry's having his tonsils out, so I'll have to take him to

a. the hospital

b. the post office

c. the dentist

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