One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
Used to indicate that something is of little consequence.‘no biggie, no one will know’
- ‘They're cheap (so no biggie if it doesn't work) and come in different sizes.’
- ‘When someone praises your newfound accomplishments, don't turn red and mumble, "No biggie."’
- ‘At first I thought, 'OK, no biggie, we'll get it washed off.'’
- ‘Nosebleeds are no biggie, unless they occur a few times a week and frequently in the summer - then see your doctor.’
- ‘The acting is a little light in a couple places, since a number of the actors are early in their career, but it's no biggie.’
- ‘Hey, an occasional friendship flub is no biggie - everybody screws up.’
- ‘No biggie, just an old recurring boxing injury from my bare knuckle days.’
- ‘No biggie, but I thought a small clarification was in order.’
- ‘It's no biggie if you have another pilot with you, but it can be deadly if you're by yourself.’
- ‘Others just kept dancing like it was no biggie.’
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