like nobody's business

like nobody's business

To an extreme or intense degree. The other team came out and dominated our players like nobody's business.
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like nobody's business

Inf. very well; very much. She can sing like nobody's business. What a set of pipes! My mom can cook chocolate chip cookies like nobody's business.
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McGraw-Hill Dictionary of American Idioms and Phrasal Verbs. © 2002 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.

like nobody's business

INFORMAL
1. If someone or something is doing something like nobody's business, they are doing it very fast, in large amounts or to a great extent. The people with this disease are dying off like nobody's business. I'm enjoying myself like nobody's business.
2. If someone or something does something like nobody's business, they do it very well. He sings like Sinatra, dances like Sammy Davis, plays piano like nobody's business, and lays on the charm like an old pro.
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Collins COBUILD Idioms Dictionary, 3rd ed. © HarperCollins Publishers 2012

like nobody's business

in no ordinary way; to an extremely intense degree. informal
1991 Elspeth Barker O Caledonia They spread like nobody's business. They're a really pernicious weed.
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like ˈnobody’s business

(informal) very fast, very much, very hard, etc: He’s been spending money like nobody’s business recently.
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like nobody’s business

mod. very well; very much; very fast. She can sing like nobody’s business. What a set of pipes!
See also: business, like
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