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for all (one) cares

One does not care (if something were to happen). The phrase always precedes or follows some hypothetical situation. You can starve to death for all I care. I am not giving you any more of my leftovers.
See also: all, care, for
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for all I care

I don't care if (something happens). For all I care, the whole city council can go to the devil. They can all starve for all I care.
See also: all, care, for
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of American Idioms and Phrasal Verbs. © 2002 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.

for all I, you, etc. ˈcare

(spoken) used to say that a person is not worried about or interested in what happens to somebody/something: I could be dead for all he cares!
See also: all, care, for
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