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The meaning of "i cant be doing with it"

" I can't be doing with it "
Meaning:
I am unwilling to tolerate it.
Example:
Next door are having another party and the noise is outrageous - I'm going round there to tell them I can't be doing with it.
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Where is it used?:
Mostly Britain.
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