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Today's Idiom = "Can't Do Anything With Someone Or Something"






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Can't Do Anything With Someone Or Something ( that person is not useful ... )

"Can't Do Anything With Someone Or Something"



When you cannot help a person or thing to become better or more useful, you can't do anything with him.

Example: "Your teacher is frustrated. She says she can't do anything with you."

Example: "Since breaking this leg, I can't do anything with it."

Example: "Is there something wrong with this pen? I can't do anything with it."





Can't Cut The Mustard

Can't Help But Do Something


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