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what of it?

informal used to ​rudely say that you do not ​think something is ​important: "That's the third ​time you've done that!" "Yeah, what of it?"
(Definition of what of it? from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “what of it?”
in Chinese (Simplified) 那又怎么样呢?那又有什么关系?…
in Chinese (Traditional) 那又怎麼樣呢?那又有甚麼關係?…
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