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be nothing to (one)

To be insignificant to one. Projections are nothing to the CEO—he only wants to see our actual sales figures. We've been broken up for years—he's nothing to me now.
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mean nothing to (one)

To be insignificant to one. Projections mean nothing to the CEO—he only wants to see our actual sales figures. We've been broken up for years—he means nothing to me anymore.
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be/mean ˈnothing to somebody

(informal) not be important for somebody; not be a person that somebody loves: Why should he go to the funeral? The dead man was nothing to him.The danger meant nothing to them.
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It would mean nothing to me as a player because I've not played much, but it would mean a lot as a fan," he insisted.
Sir Paul, 55, told New Statesman magazine: "They mean nothing to me.
I hope for their sakes they're right, but they really mean nothing to me.
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