Definition of like nobody's business in US English:

like nobody's business

phrase

British
informal
  • To an extraordinarily high degree or standard.

    ‘these weeds spread like nobody's business’
    • ‘But he loved that thing like nobody's business.’
    • ‘They're giving stuff away like nobody's business.’
    • ‘Brenda Watson, 39, said: ‘They go through here like nobody's business.’’
    • ‘‘On the day itself, it was raining like nobody's business,’ he said.’
    • ‘The land is chalky too, which makes those grapes bubble like nobody's business.’
    • ‘And the woman can starch a collar like nobody's business.’
    • ‘I'm picking up the pace like nobody's business.’
    • ‘It's dense, too, so even though I breeze through most books like nobody's business, I'm not doing that on this one, and that's a good thing, a good feeling.’
    • ‘I bet I could draw jam-pots like nobody's business.’
    • ‘At the moment we just can't keep up with the demand, so we're expanding like nobody's business.’