The following sentence which have the same sentence construction, but why do the meanings of "for" in them vary?
- The entrepreneur /has responsibility /for any risk involved.
- He /has too much money/ for a young man.
- I /have free advice /for you.
- I /have two hours/ for a rest.
- Many new trains /have space /for wheelchair users.
- We /have no real, objective, scientific evidence /for our belief.
The sentences above have the same sentence construction, but the meaning of "for" in them vary. I don't know which part can decide the meaning of "for".