Definition of have no time for in English:

have no time for

1Be unable or unwilling to spend time on: he had no time for anything except essays and projects
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  • Stressed-Out American Women Have No Time for Sleep.
  • We have no time for play or at least play dates and the answer is to have families double up on free time by including everybody.
  • She has no time for trivialities, and that includes worrying about what she looks like.
1.1Dislike or disapprove of: he’s got no time for airheads
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  • The hospital superintendent and staff try to extend a cordial welcome, but the Minister has no time for such trivialities.
  • He shows, in his book, that he has no time for what he calls ‘fix-it’ MPs with mobile phones, pagers and e-mail.
  • It seems that if there's one thing she has no time for, it's female newscasters who are in the job only for their looks.
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