Definition of it's no skin off my nose in US English:

it's no skin off my nose

(US it's no skin off my back)

phrase

informal
  • Used to indicate that one is not offended or adversely affected by something.

    ‘it's no skin off my nose if you don't want dessert’
    • ‘Half-joking, she notes ‘it's no skin off my nose’ if the film fails, as she's the support.’
    • ‘I mean, it's no skin off my nose if Greenwald and screenwriter Ernest Thompson (On Golden Pond) wanted to go with such a formalist framework.’
    • ‘But, finally, a word for the guys at the Met office - if your forecast does happen to be part of a conspiracy, it's no skin off my nose.’
    • ‘I assumed the position of ‘I'll go look at it, cos it's no skin off my nose’ and went along early evening.’
    • ‘Look, it's no skin off my nose - he's not after me, so I couldn't care less.’
    • ‘I probably shouldn't comment because it's no skin off my nose if you undergrads want to gut your services in order to get $30 more beer money a term.’
    • ‘When I say ‘it's no skin off my nose ‘, there is an immediate context that gives the expression more meaning.’
    i don't care, i don't mind, i'm not bothered, it doesn't bother me, it doesn't matter to me, it's of no concern to me, it's of no importance to me
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