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    Hi,

    When someone says " (thing) has nothing to do with (that) "
    what dose he really mean by that "has nothing to do with" or "to do with"

    and are they a slangy phrases?
    or are they American or British phrases? or informal way to talk?
    Because I couldn't find them in the dictionary!

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    Thank you so much Anglika

    is it an American or a British idiom?

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    It is an English language idiom, applicable in both regions.

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    what does it mean,"he don't give a shit to me"?

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    Thank you again Anglika


    Tee
    LOL ..I'm not sure, but I think it is very informal way to say he didn't give me anything. again I'm not sure.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tee View Post
    what does it mean,"he don't give a shit to me"?
    I don't know. Maybe: "He doesn't give me anything"? "He doesn't care about me"?

    I'm not familiar with that one. Additional context might be helpful.

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    It's a vulgarism that means "he doesn't care at all." Do not use this in polite company!

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    Thanks RonBee & gabber.

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    Which one is the correct one
    Do you have peter's cell no.?
    Did you have peter's cell no.?

    What does both the sentence mean?

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