nothing to do with
see have nothing to do with.
What Does “Literally” Have To Do With “Definitely” And “Totally”?With all the hullabaloo about the figurative sense of literally, language enthusiasts have given much thought to this often maligned term. We've even discussed how the metaphorical extension of literally is nothing new—it's been around since the 1700s—but now we'd like to explore a few other adverbs and their ironic uses. I believe that recent uses of definitely and totally suggest that the linguistic development of literally is not an isolated incident, but a trend.
Does Boxing Day Have Anything To Do With Boxing?In the US, the word boxing usually refers to two athletes stepping into a padded ring, each with the intention of knocking the other off their feet. But the day after Christmas brings up a new version of the word:Boxing Day. The holiday is generally obscure in the States. But in Britain, the celebration is ubiquitous—and doesn’t usually involve a boxing ring. How did Boxing Day get …
- nothing like,
- nothing new under the sun,
- nothing of the kind,
- nothing short of,
- nothing succeeds like success,
- nothing to it, there's,
- nothing to sneeze at,
- nothing to speak of,
- nothing to write home about,
- nothing ventured, nothing gained
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