I watched this film "Don't worry, Darling" and there is a scene. In that scene, at a party, a host wanted a man named Jack Chambers to come up on stage and give a word, so he said "Jack Chambers, If I could have you up here for a minute. Come on, everybody, give him a round of applause".
What does the verb "have" mean in that sentence?
Does it mean invite or welcome?
Why not "I would like to invite Jack Chambers to come up here for a minute" or "I would like to welcome Jack Chambers for a minute"?