it makes no odds

it makes no odds

it does not matter. informal, chiefly British
This phrase and what's the odds below come from an earlier use of odds to mean ‘difference in advantage or effect’.
See also: make, odds

it makes no ˈodds (to somebody/something)

(spoken, especially British English) used to say that something is not important: It makes no odds to me what you decide to do.
See also: make, odds