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same difference

infml the same thing: Either he's a genius or he's crazy - same difference really.
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same difference

not standard
said when you agree that what you said was not exactly correct, but you think the difference is not important: "He was driving a red car." "Actually, it was maroon." "Same difference."
(Definition of same difference from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “same difference”
in Chinese (Simplified) 差不多一样…
in Chinese (Traditional) 差不多一樣…
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