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Making no actual difference; the same or essentially the same. A: "I told you to wear a white shirt, not a cream-colored one." B: "White, cream—same difference." A: "Do you want to go get the food, or will I?" B: "Eh, same difference."
the same; no difference at all. Pink, fuchsia, what does it matter? Same difference. Whether you go or I go, it's the same difference.
No difference at all, the same thing, as in She's my sister, or stepsister-same difference. This jocular colloquial phrase dates from about 1940.
same differenceused to express the speaker's belief that two or more things are essentially the same, in spite of apparent differences. informal
same ˈdifference(spoken) used to say that you think the differences between two things are not important: ‘She’s divorced from her husband.’ ‘No she’s not, she’s only separated.’ ‘Same difference.’
n. difference. Aw, come on! What’s the diff?
n. the same; no difference at all. Pink, fuchsia, what does it matter? Same difference.
No difference whatever, the same thing. This colloquialism dates from about 1940. Usually spoken with a bit of a shrug, it appears in such contexts as “He worked for them four years, or was it five? Same difference.”