have (got) something lot to do with something

have (got) something lot to do with something
have (got) something, nothing, a lot, etc. to do with sb/sth idiom
used to talk about how much sb/sth is connected with sb/sth

Her job has something to do with computers.

‘How much do you earn?’ ‘What's it got to do with you?’

Hard work has a lot to do with

(= is an important reason for)

her success.

We don't have very much to do with our neighbours

(= we do not speak to them very often)

.

I'd have nothing to do with him, if I were you.

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