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be all (the) one (to someone)
To make no difference (to someone) one way or another; to be unimportant (to someone) what happens. I'd actually prefer to continue working on a freelance basis, if it's all one to you. It's only a game, after all, so it's all the one whether we win or lose.
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Of no difference; immaterial: Whether we go out or stay in, it's all one to me.
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