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    To suit one's purpose

    Hello, can i say "it doesn't come to my business or doesn't suit my business" instead of suit one's purpose?

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    Re: To suit one's purpose

    What is the context in which you want to use it?
    "it doesn't come to my business" this looks very doubtful in any context.

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    Re: To suit one's purpose

    For example, someone is doing something which i don't want or will disturb me or I don't want the truth to be known etc.

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