been had

been had
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  • been had — AND was had 1. phr. been copulated with; been made pregnant. □ I’ve been had, and I’m going to have the baby. □ When she said she was had, I didn’t know it was on her honeymoon. 2. phr. been mistreated, cheated, or dealt with badly. (See also… …   Dictionary of American slang and colloquial expressions

  • been had — to have been deceived. If you paid much for this radio, you ve been had, pal! …   New idioms dictionary

  • been had — cheated, swindled, taken in    If he paid a hundred dollars for that radio, he s been had …   English idioms

  • BEEN HAD — …   Useful english dictionary

  • have been had — spoken phrase to have been tricked or cheated, especially by having to pay too much money for something The picture’s a fake – you’ve been had. Thesaurus: to be cheated or trickedsynonym Main entry: have …   Useful english dictionary

  • have been had — spoken to have been tricked or cheated, especially by having to pay too much money for something The picture s a fake – you ve been had …   English dictionary

  • have been had on toast — To have been swindled • • • Main Entry: ↑toast …   Useful english dictionary

  • had — [hæd] adjective be had informal to be tricked: • Skilled counterfeiting led stores to sell goods they thought were the real thing, only to find they d been had. * * * had UK US /hæd/ adjective INFORMAL ● be had Cf …   Financial and business terms

  • have been had — v. have been cheated, deceived, or fooled …   English slang

  • had — (The auxiliary verb is pronounced [[t]həd, STRONG hæd[/t]]. For the main verb, and for the meanings 2 to 5, the pronunciation is [[t]hæ̱d[/t]].) 1) Had is the past tense and past participle of have. 2) AUX Had is sometimes used instead of if to… …   English dictionary

  • had — /hæd / (say had), weak forms /həd / (say huhd), /əd / (say uhd), /d / (say d) verb 1. past tense and past participle of have. –phrase 2. been had, Colloquial to have been cheated or duped: this car is a dud – I think I ve been had …  

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