As a Verb or Adjective:
1. To own or possess something or to be something closely associated with someone. English = have, have got.
2. To be; to be here; to be there; to exist in a place. For example, CAREFUL, HAVE KANGAROO ROAD THERE ("Watch out, there's a kangaroo on the road!")
1. Can be used as the English auxiliary in past tense forms, especially questions. For example, I HAVE ASK ("I have asked...") or HAVE YOU SEE ("Have you seen...").
2. Can be used as in English to form action compounds when combined with another nominal (noun) sign. For example, HAVE SHOWER ("to have a shower" = "to shower").