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Don't have a bar of

Posted by Julia Miller on June 17, 2010 at 08:47

'Not to have a bar of something'

This phrase is listed in the Macquarie Dictionary but not in the OED. It means 'not to tolerate something'. I can't find the origin, but I think it's Australian.