mean nothing to (one)

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mean nothing to (one)

To be insignificant to one. Projections mean nothing to the CEO—he only wants to see our actual sales figures. We've been broken up for years—he means nothing to me anymore.
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be/mean ˈnothing to somebody

(informal) not be important for somebody; not be a person that somebody loves: Why should he go to the funeral? The dead man was nothing to him.The danger meant nothing to them.
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When we play them in the conference, I know they're going to come back hard, so this don't really mean nothing to us.
Honestly, at this stage these results mean nothing to us.
Until the Kashmir issue is addressed we have to strive for it and boycott mean nothing to us.
All of the talk in the week was going to mean nothing to us.
United have got a tough game against Chelsea but what happens in that game will mean nothing to us if we don't beat Fulham.
The action later begins to involve some people we haven't seen before and whose naturally uncertain futures mean nothing to us.
Mulgrew, who hopes to shake off an ankle injury to feature today, said: "Bookies odds mean nothing to us.
These elections mean nothing to us, we do not believe they will so any good to Sudan but will actually increase the tensions.
It will mean nothing to us and doesn't deserve ink with which it is written," he told Reuters.
I believe our next two games have been called off but they mean nothing to us just now.
But that will mean nothing to us on the night because we're going to Norwich to try and turn them over.
The name D Jarvis and the PO box number mean nothing to us.
The players that are there now should mean nothing to us, because they are a professional team that has been brought in to play.