Definition from macmillandictionary.com
Most of the articles have to do with America’s role in the world since the end of the Cold War.
Was the dispute anything to do with safety regulations?
I’m quite sure Nancy’s resignation has nothing to do with her health.
Reynolds has always claimed that he had nothing to do with her disappearance.
What I do in my own time has nothing to do with you.
I could do with a nice cup of tea right now.
I’m sure James could do with some help.
What do you usually do with the cat when you’re away?
‘What have you done with my calculator?’ ‘I put it on your desk.’
What am I going to do with all this food if no one turns up?
What are you going to do with yourself during the school holidays?
He won’t know what to do with himself while Julie is gone.
What have her personal problems got to do with my holiday plans?
As a matter of fact I do have a boyfriend, but what’s that got to do with you?
What are you doing with my CD player?
I don’t know what we’re going to do with you, Tony. You’re always in trouble.