Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Hav"

The meaning of "Hav" in various phrases and sentences

Q: You hav to stop the Q-tip when ther'a resistance. ne anlama geliyor?
A: Q-tips are a brand of cotton swab commonly used to clean people's ears. Chandler is suggesting that Joey pushed a Q-tip so deep into his ear that it went into his brain. He's saying that Joey is stupid.
Q: to hav a wizz ne anlama geliyor?
A: To wiz is to pee. To take a wiz is to pee. That’s more of a UK English term.
Q: how to use hav had ne anlama geliyor?
A: Have is in the present tense and had is in the past tense.
E.G.
Have > I have a pink chair - I have a pink chair with me now
Had > I had a pink chair - I no longer have a pink chair but I once did

Translations of "Hav"

Q: Bunu İngilizce (Birleşik Krallık) da nasıl dersiniz? hav you been to the pub?
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: Bunu İngilizce (ABD) da nasıl dersiniz? hav
A: To znači da je napisano ovako: Have

Other questions about "Hav"

Q: I havn't managed to finish this job.
I fail to finish this job.
Are both correct?
Do they mean the same thing?
A: They are both correct. They have the same general meaning, but could imply slightly different things.

I haven’t managed to finish the job...yet, but I still might be able to if I have more time. It implies at least some possibility if you keep trying.

I failed to finish this job — I can’t finish it, I wasn’t able to finish it in time/by the deadline.
Q: I havn't got satisfactory answers yet, so I will post my question once again.

Do the following sentences have the same meaning ?

1. I have injured my leg
2. I have got my leg injured.

3. Can you fix it?
4. Can you get it fixed?
A: 1 & 2 mean the same but 2 could be improved, maybe "My leg got injured".

3 and 4 differ in that 3 asks the person being spoken to if they themselves can fix it while 4 seems to be indeterminate as to who will fix it, perhaps it will be sent out for repairs.
Q: What does he say and mean by that?
hav?
A: "Math hat"

Putting on your _____ hat is used to mean that you are going to temporarily take on a specific role and speak from that position.
Q: Surely I havn't even thought to propose to visit Cambodia at this time. bu doğru görünüyor mu?
A: Surely, I haven't even thought about proposing to visit Cambodia at this time.

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