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it is/was nothing

used to ​tell someone not to ​worry about, or ​placespecialvalue on, what you are doing or have done: "You ​seem very ​upset." "No, no, it's nothing - I'm OK." "It was so ​nice of you to ​look after the ​baby all ​day." "Oh, it was nothing, I ​enjoyed it."
(Definition of it is/was nothing from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “it is/was nothing”
in Chinese (Simplified) 别担心, 没什么要紧的…
in Chinese (Traditional) 別擔心, 沒甚麼要緊的…
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