neither here nor there


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neither here nor there

Irrelevant or unimportant; having no bearing upon the current situation. Charlie's personal activities are neither here nor there; all that matters is his performance in the job.
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neither here nor there

Cliché of no consequence or meaning; irrelevant and immaterial. Whether you go to the movie or stay at home is neither here nor there. Your comment—though interesting—is neither here nor there.
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neither here nor there

Unimportant, irrelevant, as in You pay for the movie and I'll get the dinner check, or vice versa-it's neither here nor there . This expression was first recorded in 1583. Also see beside the point.
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neither here nor there

SPOKEN
COMMON If something is neither here nor there, it is completely unimportant and does not affect the situation in any way. He was a good man as it turned out, but that's neither here nor there. You know, five hundred pounds is neither here nor there to most of them.
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neither here nor there

of no importance or relevance.
1993 Independent on Sunday The fact that American audiences haven't recognised it as a great film and appreciated its outstanding acting is neither here nor there.
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neither ˌhere nor ˈthere

not important because it is not connected with the subject being discussed; irrelevant: The fact that she’s the director’s daughter is neither here nor there. She’s the most suitable person for the job.What might have happened is neither here nor there.
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neither here nor there

Unimportant and irrelevant.
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