Word reference is not the best of dictionaries, it might help you for a quick look up of a word, but for an in-depth understanding of a word's meaning it may be insufficient. As for the definition under [3.], there is an informal phrase: have none of (something).
have none of
If you say that someone will have none of something, or is having none of something, you mean that they refuse to accept it.
- He knew his own mind and was having none of their attempts to keep him at home.
to refuse to accept, agree with, or support something:
- She tried to
persuade him to retire, but he would have none of it.