Sorry if this is a duplicate, but I couldn't figure out how to search for this, especially since my only example involves two function words.
In English, we can say "I have not eaten." "Have" here is being used in a different sense than "to have."
The interesting thing is that in Chinese you can also say "我没有吃饭” (I have not eaten) but also it happens that 没有 can mean to "not have" in the sense of not possessing something.
So both have and 有 share these two distinct senses in the two different languages. I know I've noticed other examples of this multi-sense matching before, but I think of any right now. Is there some term I can search for to find more examples? I'm especially interested in cases where one of the senses is more of a grammatical/function word than a content word.