have nothing to do with someone

have nothing to do with someone
have nothing to do with (someone/something) to not involve someone or something.

This argument has nothing to do with me.

Most of the provisions of the new law have nothing to do with terrorism.

She's from a small town, but that has nothing to do with it, I think.


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  • have nothing to do with something — have nothing to do with (someone/something) to not involve someone or something. This argument has nothing to do with me. Most of the provisions of the new law have nothing to do with terrorism. She s from a small town, but that has nothing to do …   New idioms dictionary

  • have nothing to do with — (someone/something) to not involve someone or something. This argument has nothing to do with me. Most of the provisions of the new law have nothing to do with terrorism. She s from a small town, but that has nothing to do with it, I think …   New idioms dictionary

  • have something in common with someone — have (something) in common (with (someone/something)) to share interests or characteristics. What these very old objects have in common is that they were all stolen and smuggled out of the country. What does the new model have in common with… …   New idioms dictionary

  • have in common with someone — have (something) in common (with (someone/something)) to share interests or characteristics. What these very old objects have in common is that they were all stolen and smuggled out of the country. What does the new model have in common with… …   New idioms dictionary

  • have something in common with something — have (something) in common (with (someone/something)) to share interests or characteristics. What these very old objects have in common is that they were all stolen and smuggled out of the country. What does the new model have in common with… …   New idioms dictionary

  • have something in common with — have (something) in common (with (someone/something)) to share interests or characteristics. What these very old objects have in common is that they were all stolen and smuggled out of the country. What does the new model have in common with… …   New idioms dictionary

  • have a beef with someone — have a beef with (someone/something) to think someone or something should be changed. I ve got nothing against advertising, but I do have a beef with how many bad ads there are on TV …   New idioms dictionary

  • nothing — noth|ing1 W1S1 [ˈnʌθıŋ] pron [: Old English; Origin: nan thing, nathing no thing ] 1.) not anything or no thing ▪ Nothing ever happens in this town. ▪ There s nothing in this box. ▪ There was nothing else the doctors could do. ▪ He had nothing… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • with — [ wıð, wıθ ] preposition *** 1. ) together if one person or thing is with another or does something with them, they are together or they do it together: Hannah lives with her parents. chicken served with vegetables and mushrooms I ll be with you… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • have in common with something — have (something) in common (with (someone/something)) to share interests or characteristics. What these very old objects have in common is that they were all stolen and smuggled out of the country. What does the new model have in common with… …   New idioms dictionary

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