keep out of,
none of my business,
business (none of my business)
1. Some kind of vertical surface or line of things in front of and to the sides of you or the person, place or thing you represent, such as a barrier or fence, or any thing or any action directly or indirectly associated with this.
As a Verb or Adjective
1. To resolve that you will no longer consider or talk about someone else's concerns or affairs because you consider it to be none of your business.
1. Used alone to mean that something is none of one's business or concern and you have no intention of getting involved. English = 'I'm keeping right out of that. It's got nothing to do with me.'