hadhad | meaning of had in Collins Dictionarieshad meaning, definition, what is had: Had is the past tense and past participle of have1.: Learn more.Had is the past tense and past participle of have1.What does had mean and how do you use had in a sentence?[URL]/had
Had is sometimes used instead of 'if' to begin a clause which refers to a situation that might have happened but did not. For example, the clause 'had he been elected' means the same as 'if he had been elected'. [AUX n -ed] ⇒ Had he succeeded, he would have acquired a monopoly. [AUX n -ed] ⇒ Had I known what the problem was, we could have addressed it.
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