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Chinese (Traditional) translation of “Big deal!”

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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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