HI,How to define the 'have' and 'for' in "I have no use for gambling."?Thank you for your assistance.

To have no use for someone / something is a standard phrase meaning to consider it/him worthless or deserving of condemnation.

Look here at meaning #24. http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/use

bepleased"I have no use for gambling."
You asked the same question in another post. CJ already explained the meaning (of have) to you. For the sentence: "I have no use for gambling.", that is gibberish. Where did you find this sentence?
I have $ 5 dollar in the drawer.
I have no time for you. They both mean to "possess" or to "own".
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