To have to do with

Definition of To have to do with

to have concern, business or intercourse with; to deal with. When preceded by what, the notion is usually implied that the affair does not concern the person denoted by the subject of have.
- Tillotson.
See under Do, v. t.

See also: do Have

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To have legs
To have on
To have on the brain
To have one's cake dough
To have one's ear
To have one's fling
To have one's handful
To have one's hands full
To have one's will
To have place
To have respect of persons
To have something on the stock
To have the (higher) upper hand
To have the advantage of
To have the black ox tread on one's foot
To have the cards in one's own hands
To have the heart in the mouth
To have the heels of
To have the honor
To have the words for
-To have to do with-
To have two strings to one's bow
To have under the girdle
To haw and gee
to hazard
To head off
To head up
To heal by the first intention
To heal by the second intention
To hear a bird sing
To hear ill
To hear say
To hear well
To hearken out
To heave a cable short
To heave a ship ahead
To heave a ship down
To heave a ship to
To heave about
To heave at
To heave in
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