English version

will/would have none of something

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishwill/would have none of somethingwill/would have none of something (also be having none of something)FORBID used to say that someone refuses to allow someone to do something or to behave in a particular way We offered to pay our half of the cost but Charles would have none of it. none
Examples from the Corpus
will/would have none of somethingPott would have none of it and, with the aid of his old friend Nourse, successfully set it himself.But Kaptan would have none of it.Surprised and shocked, the Soviet government would have none of it.The world was going crazy and, or so it seemed, Trumptonshire would have none of it.Stark would have none of that.Kronecker would have none of this.
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