Have nothing to do with



1.
Also, not have anything to do with.
2.
Be irrelevant, be unrelated, as in Their visit has nothing to do with the holiday. [ Early 1600s ]
3.
Avoid, as in Dad insisted that we have nothing to do with the neighbors, or I won’t have anything to do with people who act like that. [ Early 1600s ]
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