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have a lot of/no time for somebody/something

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishhave a lot of/no time for somebody/somethinghave a lot of/no time for somebody/somethinginformal if you have a lot of time for someone or something, you like or admire them, and if you have no time for them, you do not like or admire them He has no time for (=does not like) people who talk too much. time
Examples from the Corpus
have a lot of/no time for somebody/somethingQuite honestly I don't have a lot of time for any of them.
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