(it) won't bother me at all/any

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(it) won't bother me at all/any

I have no objection to this. Sure, you can open the window in here—it won't bother me any. A: "Do you mind if I store some of my stuff in your garage for a while?" B: "Nope, won't bother me at all."
See also: all, any, bother
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(It) won't bother me any.

 and (It) won't bother me at all.
Inf. It will not trouble me at all.; I have no objection if you wish to do that. (Not very polite or cordial. For the present tense of this expression, see also (It) doesn't bother me any.) John: Will you mind if I sit here? Jane: Won't bother me any. Sally (lighting a cigarette): Do you mind if I smoke? Bill: It won't bother me at all.
See also: any, bother
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of American Idioms and Phrasal Verbs. © 2002 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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