Meaning of have at in English:

have at

Translate have at into Spanish

phrasal verb

  • have at someoneTackle or attack someone forcefully or aggressively.

    ‘somehow we thought we had to have at each other’
    • ‘One of his tips involves printing the manuscript out in full and having at it with one's favourite colour pen.’
    • ‘There are so many things to hit and detonate in this game and it's never been so much fun having at it with weapons.’
    • ‘Have at you, you English rogue!’