WordReference can't translate this exact phrase, but click on each word to see its meaning:

has nothing to do with

We could not find the full phrase you were looking for.
The entry for 'has' is displayed below.

Also see: nothing | to | do | with

Collins Concise English Dictionary © HarperCollins Publishers::

has /hæz/ vb
  1. used with he, she, it, or a singular noun:
    a form of the present tense (indicative mood) of have

have /hæv/ vb (has, having, had)(mainly tr)
  1. to be in material possession of; own: he has two cars
  2. to possess as a characteristic quality or attribute: he has dark hair
  3. to receive, take, or obtain: she had a present from him, have a look
  4. to hold or entertain in the mind: to have an idea
  5. to possess a knowledge or understanding of: I have no German
  6. to experience or undergo: to have a shock
  7. to be infected with or suffer from: to have a cold
  8. to gain control of or advantage over: you have me on that point
  9. (usually passive) slang to cheat or outwit: he was had by that dishonest salesman
  10. (followed by on) to exhibit (mercy, compassion, etc, towards)
  11. to engage or take part in: to have a conversation
  12. to arrange, carry out, or hold: to have a party
  13. to cause, compel, or require to (be, do, or be done): have my shoes mended
  14. (takes an infinitive with to) used as an auxiliary to express compulsion or necessity: I had to run quickly to escape him
  15. to eat, drink, or partake of
  16. slang to have sexual intercourse with
  17. (used with a negative) to tolerate or allow: I won't have all this noise
  18. to declare, state, or assert: rumour has it that they will marry
  19. to put or place: I'll have the sofa in this room
  20. to receive as a guest: to have three people to stay
  21. to beget or bear (offspring)
  22. (takes a past participle) used as an auxiliary to form compound tenses expressing completed action: I have gone, I shall have gone, I would have gone, I had gone
  23. had rather, had soonerto consider or find preferable that: I had rather you left at once
  24. have had itinformal to be exhausted, defeated, or killed
  25. to have lost one's last chance
  26. to become unfashionable
  27. have it away, have it offBrit slang to have sexual intercourse
  28. have it so goodto have so many benefits, esp material benefits
  29. have to do withto have dealings or associate with
  30. to be of relevance to
  31. let someone have itslang to launch or deliver an attack on, esp to discharge a firearm at someone
  1. (usually plural) a person or group of people in possession of wealth, security, etc: the haves and the have-nots

See also have at, have onEtymology: Old English habban; related to Old Norse hafa, Old Saxon hebbian, Old High German habēn, Latin habēre

Download free Android and iPhone apps

Android AppiPhone App
Report an inappropriate ad.