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Translation of "Big deal!" - English-Traditional Chinese dictionary

Big deal!

informal
said when you do not think that what someone has said or done is important or special 沒甚麼了不起! "I ran five miles this morning." "Big deal! I ran ten." 「今天早上我跑了五英里。」「沒甚麼了不起!我跑了十英里。」 Expressions meaning 'it isn't important to me'
Translations of “Big deal!”
in Chinese (Simplified) 没什么了不起!…
(Definition of Big deal! from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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