have in

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have someone in

to call or invite someone into one's home. (Fixed order.) I'll have the plumber in to fix that leak. We had friends in for bridge last night.
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What these three students have in common, besides Hispanic-sounding names, are naturalized parents, all of whom had become citizens many years earlier.
But I don't feel overwhelmed by the prospect of how much work we still have in front of us.