not much in it

not much in it

Not an appreciable or very noticeable difference (between two things being compared). Primarily heard in UK. I'm getting paid a bit more in my new role, but there's not much in it—it's more to have an impressive title on my CV.
See also: much, not

not much in it

little difference between things being compared.
See also: much, not

not much ˈin it

used to say that there is little difference between two things: I won, but there wasn’t much in it (= our scores were nearly the same).
See also: much, not