English version

want no part of something

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishwant no part of somethingwant no part of somethingto not want to be involved in something There was a plan to change the production style, and he wanted no part of it. part
Examples from the Corpus
want no part of somethingMy Sam - he wanted no part of it.He wanted no part of foreign soils.Otherwise, it wants no part of North Forest's manifold problems.But manatee revelers wanted no part of the little pine trees.You must accept that she wants no part of you.They wanted no part of team systems.They wanted no part of the Clinton plan.
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