no biggie

no biggie

(Something) not inconvenient or difficult at all; not at all troublesome. John: "Thanks so much for watching the kids for me last night. There was an emergency in work." Dave: "No biggie, man. I'm happy to help out." It's no biggie if you want me to drive you to the airport tomorrow.
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no biggie

verb
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So if your friend's guitar lessons means having one less afternoon a week to hang together, no biggie.
Turns out the lack of ultrasound equipment was really no biggie for my grandma ("I just thought I was having one big baby.
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I'm pretty sure they will invite you on their next outing once they get that the couples thing is no biggie to you.
It's possible that she thinks you're perfectly fine the way you are (she thinks it's cool how well you fill out a sweater), so calling you "big" is no biggie to her.
Nosebleeds are no biggie, unless they occur a few times a week and frequently in the summer--then see your doctor.