Meaning of tell someone what to do with something in English:

tell someone what to do with something

(also tell someone where to put something)

phrase

informal
  • Angrily or emphatically reject something.

    • ‘I told him what he could do with his diamond’
    • ‘The county council visited the Church Area Council and the residents' views were that they did not want them and they told them where to put it.’
    • ‘But seriously, though, if I don't like where you have got it, I can tell you where to put it, sort to speak.’
    • ‘I may very well have told him where to put his donation!’