Spanish translation of have up
transitive verb + adverb
- (British, informal)
⇒ to be had up(= be prosecuted)
ser llevado a juicio
⇒ he was had up for assault
le llevaron a juicio por asalto
⇒ why don't we have George up for the weekend?
¿por qué no invitamos a George el fin de semana?
Example Sentences Including 'have up'
I have up till now been happy to play my part in the charade that I was being questioned as a witness.CASCADES - THE DAY OF THE DEAD (2001)
Craning round in the showers to look at them, I wondered what Julia would have up her sleeve for bruises.Time of the Wolf
Unfortunately... unfortunately our people have up to now been unsuccessful.Prosecutor
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Translation of have up from the Collins English to Spanish Dictionary
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