to hack into a system
to hack it
to hack one’s way through something
to hack someone/something to pieces
to be hacked off with someone
We had hoped for a bigger response from the public
I had to make room.
He had been baptised a Catholic
he had his future made for him
He had lost the thread of the conversation
I had expected better of it
He had an alcohol level of 130 millilitres
He had let himself out on a limb
I had taken an umbrella with me. It stood me in good stead when the rain began to pour down
We’ve had a tough time
I had a terrible journey to work this morning
He had to fill in for him
I had to do it.
I had no way of knowing that.
I had to swallow hard
He had to change his arrangements
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