See a lot, nothing, etc. of somebody - Idioms by The Free Dictionary
see a lot, nothing, etc. of somebody
see a lot of (one)
To see someone very frequent in a social capacity or environment. We hope to be seeing a lot of you over the coming weeks. I haven't seen a lot of him since his baby was born.
see a lot, nothing, etc. of somebody often, never, etc. see somebody socially: ‘Do you see much of Jennifer these days?’ ‘No, but I see a great deal of her sister.’