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have none of it/that

To refuse to accept something or to not want any involvement in something. I told Mom that the dog broke the vase, but she is having none of it. I've heard that reasoning before and I'll have none of that in my house.
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have/want ˈnone of it/that

(informal) refuse to do, become involved in, accept or agree to something: She wants me to work late again this week but I’m having none of it. I’ve told her I won’t do it.The management has offered a 3% pay rise but the workers want none of it. They’re demanding a 10% increase.
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