What is 'You have' when translated from English to Italian?

"You have" in English is Hai in Italian.

The singular Tu hai and the plural Voi avete in the informal and the singular Lei ha and the plural Loro hanno in the formal are literal Italian equivalents of the English phrase "You have." The respective pronunciations of the present indicative in the second person will be "too eye" and "voy a-VEY-tey" informally and "leh-ee a" and "LO-ro AN-no" formally for "You have" and "You all have" in Italian.