have\ to\ do\ with

have\ to\ do\ with
v. phr.
1. To be about; be on the subject of or connected with.

The book has to do with airplanes.

2. To know or be a friend of; work or have business with. - Usually used in negative sentence.

Tom said he didn't want to have anything to do with the new boy.

I had nothing to do with the party; I was home that night.


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