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no big deal
1. Not inconvenient or difficult at all; not at all troublesome. A: "Thanks so much for watching the kids for me last night, there was an emergency at work." B: "No big deal, man. I'm happy to help out." It's no big deal if you want me to drive you to the airport tomorrow.
2. Of no great or particular importance or consequence. A: "I heard your team won last night—congrats!" B: "It's no big deal, we were against a pretty weak team. But thank you all the same!" A: "It was just a little pot—it's no big deal!" B: "No big deal? Tom, you could get kicked out of school for this!"
(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 big dealand no biggie
Inf. [of something] not difficult or troublesome. Don't worry. It's no big deal to wash the car. No problem. It's no biggie.
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no big ˈdeal(spoken) used to say that something is not important or not a problem: If I don’t win it’s no big deal.
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1. n. something or someone important. As problems go, this one’s a biggie.
2. n. copulation. (Usually with the.) But I don’t think I’m ready for the biggie.
no big dealand no biggie and no big whoop
n. (something) not difficult or troublesome. (see also NBT.) Don’t worry. It’s no big deal. No biggie; no prob.
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