English version

have/hold/want no truck with somebody/something

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishhave/hold/want no truck with somebody/somethinghave/hold/want no truck with somebody/somethingAVOIDto refuse to be involved with someone or to accept an idea truck
Examples from the Corpus
have/hold/want no truck with somebody/somethingIts radicals, who dominate the leadership, want no truck with Mr Gorbachev.We in the Conservative Party have no truck with that style of gutter journalism which we were forced to endure last Sunday.But it does lead inevitably to ignorance, for you can not understand what you deliberately chose to have no truck with.Then the people who get penalised are the majority who want no truck with him.
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