English version

have/be nothing to do with somebody/something

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishhave/be nothing to do with somebody/somethinghave/be nothing to do with somebody/somethingif you have nothing to do with someone or something, or if someone or something has nothing to do with you, you are not involved or connected with it He said that he had nothing to do with the decision. As I said, it’s nothing to do with me. That’s got nothing to do with you. I want nothing to do with (=do not want to be involved) the whole thing. My staff had nothing whatsoever to do with this. nothing
Examples from the Corpus
have/be nothing to do with somebody/somethingWe have nothing to do with each other.He was nothing to do with her and Alan.Finally, he was publicly warned and barred from communion, and the people advised to have nothing to do with him.But that smell might very well have nothing to do with it.These are things to be proud of, but they have nothing to do with rank or class.I have nothing to do with the motel.General Smuts will have nothing to do with you.
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