sweet FA

sweet FA

rude slang Nothing. The phrase is a shortening of "sweet Fanny Adams" (a name chosen for its initials) and is a euphemism for "fuck all," which means the same thing. I worked there for 20 years and was dismissed with sweet FA to show for it!
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sweet FˈA

(also less frequent sweet Fanny ˈAdams) (British English, informal) nothing; nothing important: ‘What happened while I was away?’ ‘Sweet FA.’
See also: sweet
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The SFA are a complete joke because they've done sweet FA to Hibs' QUOTE OF THE DAY
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The last government knew this was coming and did sweet FA about it.
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