1. To have no plans scheduled; to have nothing happening at a particular time. I don't have anything on this weekend, do you want to hang out?2. To have no clothes on; to be naked. One moment, please. I'm just out of the shower and don't have anything on!See also: anything, have, not, on
not have anything on (someone or something)
1. To have no discernible advantage over someone or something else; to not be any better than someone or something. Yeah, you're pretty good at basketball, but you don't have anything on my older brother Steve.Video game systems have gotten pretty impressive in recent years, but in my opinion they don't have anything on the classic systems from the '90s.2. To have no decisive incriminating evidence against someone; to have no proof of wrongdoing or criminality about someone. The police can insinuate all they want, but they know they don't have anything on me that'll stick.3. To have no information available about someone or something. I got this history book for my report, but it actually doesn't have anything on the topic I want to write about!The library is horribly outdated—it doesn't even have anything on the current president!See also: anything, have, not, on
(not) have a lot, anything, etc. ˈon
be busy/not busy: I’m sorry I can’t come with you, but I’ve got a lot on at the moment. ♢ I haven’t got much on next week, so I might be able to spend some time with the kids.See also: have, onSee also:
v. phr. Not to be any better than; to have no advantage over. Susan is a wonderful athlete, but when it comes to dancing she has nothing on Mary.Even though he is older, John has nothing on Peter in school.Although the Smiths have a Rolls Royce, they have nothing on the Jones' who have a Cadillac and a Jaguar. 2. To have no information or proof that someone broke the law. Mr. James was not worried when he was arrested because he was sure they had nothing on him.Mr. Brown was an honest politician and they had nothing on him.