have a lot, anything, etc. on

have a lot on

To have several things scheduled; to have multiple things happening at a particular time. Unfortunately, I have a lot on this weekend, so I can't hang out.
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have anything on

To have plans scheduled; to have something happening at a particular time. Do you have anything on this weekend? If not, do you want to hang out?
See also: anything, have, on

not have a lot on

To have no plans scheduled; to have nothing happening at a particular time. I don't have anything on this weekend—do you want to hang out?
See also: have, lot, not, on

not have anything on

1. To have no plans scheduled; to have nothing happening at a particular time. I don't have anything on this weekend, do you want to hang out?
2. To have no clothes on; to be naked. One moment, please. I'm just out of the shower and don't have anything on!
See also: anything, have, not, on

(not) have a lot, anything, etc. ˈon

be busy/not busy: I’m sorry I can’t come with you, but I’ve got a lot on at the moment.I haven’t got much on next week, so I might be able to spend some time with the kids.
See also: have, on
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