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English definition of “be no skin off sb's nose”

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be no skin off sb's nose

( US also be no skin off sb's back/teeth)
used when you want to say that it makes no difference to you what someone else does or thinks: It's no skin off my nose if you don't take my advice.
Translations of “be no skin off sb's nose”
in Chinese (Traditional) 與(某人)毫不相干, (某人)毫不在乎…
in Chinese (Simplified) 与(某人)毫不相干, (某人)毫不在乎…
(Definition of be no skin off sb's nose from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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