1. have a bone to pick with对……有意见
A: I have a bone to pick with you.
B: Okay, let’s clear the air. What are you getting at?
A: You always have a chip on your shoulder.
B: I’m sorry. But I don’t mean to get your goat.
2. have a field day玩得分外高兴
A: I haven’t seen you for a long time, where have you been?
B: I paid a visit to Korea.
A: Wonderful! I’m sure you have a field day.
B: Yeah, you got it. The scenery was very beautiful.
A: Oh, I think I’ll have a travel there when I have such chance.
3. have a finger in the pie 参与某事
A: How much have you yet to do?
B: A lot of things are at hand. I’m at my wit’s end with them.
A: Don’t worry. What’s the deadline for handing all of them?
B: Next Monday.
A: Well, I’ll have a finger in the pie and that will help you out.
4. have a grudge against 对……怀恨在心
A: Some employers seem to have a grudge against women.
B: Where can you see that?
A: They don’t want to employ women.
B: But sometimes they are employed, too.
A: Even if they do, they pay them less.
B: That’s unfair.
5. have an axe to grind私心，个人企图
A: He may offer you a post in his firm.
A: Yeah. He has decided.
B: I can’t believe it. Why? Maybe this thing isn’t simple as it looks.
A: Yeah, he has an axe to grind.
B: What’s it about?
A: He wants to stand well with your father.
6. have an eye to the main chance 谋私利，惟利是图
A: I heard that you and John earned a lot of money this time.
B: Actually I don’t like doing business with him.
A: Why? His information is always right and the profits are high.
B: But he always keeps an eye to the main chance so dearly.
7. have faith in 信任，相信
A: Do you think people still have faith in the government?
B: I don’t think so.
A: Why is that?
B: The government can never fulfill their promise.
A: So it’s no wonder people cannot keep faith with it.
8. have had one’s day 不再应时，已过全盛时期
A: He used to be a very able businessman.
B: But he’s had his day.
A: Yeah. Time passed by, everything has changed.
B: Why do you sign mournfully? You should know that everything is developing, and has its own end.
A: After all, he had his own day and still in the memory of us, right？
B: Right, we should have an optimistic view of life.
9. have it act with sb.解决争端
A: I know you didn’t agree with me at that point. Please talk with me, OK?
B: Do I have the right to change your idea?
A: Don’t be in the sulks, let’s have it act.
B: I have no time to discuss with you.
A: Oh, please, don’t be like that, we are friends, right?
[成语Show]have a bone to pick with 对……有意见