no biggie

no biggie

(Something) not inconvenient or difficult at all; not at all troublesome. John: "Thanks so much for watching the kids for me last night. There was an emergency in work." Dave: "No biggie, man. I'm happy to help out." It's no biggie if you want me to drive you to the airport tomorrow.
See also: biggie, no

no biggie

verb
See also: biggie, no
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So, you know, no biggie diba," Gutoc said in the video uploaded on her Facebook page.
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Turns out the lack of ultrasound equipment was really no biggie for my grandma ("I just thought I was having one big baby..."), but the lack of an automatic washing machine on the farm was another thing entirely.
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It's possible that she thinks you're perfectly fine the way you are (she thinks it's cool how well you fill out a sweater), so calling you "big" is no biggie to her.
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