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Meaning of “don't mind me” in the English Dictionary

"don't mind me" in British English

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don't mind me

said to ​tell someone who is in the same ​room as you not to ​pay any ​attention to you, because you do not ​want to ​interrupt what they are doing: Don't mind me - I'm just ​sorting out some ​files here.
(Definition of don't mind me from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “don't mind me”
in Chinese (Simplified) 不用管我,当我不在眼前好了…
in Chinese (Traditional) 不用管我,當我不在眼前好了…
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