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Not much at all; very little. A: "What did you learn at school today?" B: "Nothing much, we just reviewed times tables all day." I'm sorry to tell you that there's nothing much to do around here except watch the trains go by.
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Inf. not much; hardly anything; nothing of importance. (Often a reply to a greeting asking what one has been doing.) John: Hey, man! How's by you? Bob: Hiya! Nothing much. Bill: What have you been doing? Tom: Nothing much.
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ˌnothing ˈmuchnot a great amount of something; nothing of great value or importance: There’s nothing much in the fridge. ♢ I got up late and did nothing much all day.
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