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never mind

A2 used to tell someone not to worry about something because it is not important: "I'm sorry I lost that wallet you gave me." "Never mind, I can easily buy you another one." never mind sth used as a way of emphasizing that, although a particular thing is true, the one you have just mentioned is more important or interesting: This is one of the best restaurants in the Northeast, never mind Boston.
Translations of “never mind”
in Chinese (Traditional) 別擔心,沒關係…
in Chinese (Simplified) 别担心,没关系…
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