don't mention it

"Sorry for being late." "Oh, don't mention it."

don't apologize, it doesn't matter, it makes no difference, it's not important, never mind, don't worry

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  • don't mention it — DON T APOLOGIZE, it doesn t matter, it makes no difference/odds, it s not important, never mind, don t worry. → mention * * * don t mention it Apologies or thanks are not necessary • • • Main Entry: ↑mention * * * don’t mention it spoken phrase… …   Useful english dictionary

  • don't mention it — This is used as a response to being thanked, suggesting that the help given was no trouble …   The small dictionary of idiomes

  • don't mention it — it was no trouble, no problem    Thanks for the ride, I said. Don t mention it, he replied …   English idioms

  • don't mention it — it was no trouble. “Thanks for lending me your bicycle.” “Don t mention it!” Usage notes: used as a polite answer after someone has thanked you for something …   New idioms dictionary

  • don't mention it — no problem, you re welcome, no sweat …   English contemporary dictionary

  • don't mention it — spoken used as a polite answer to someone who has just thanked you for something …   English dictionary

  • don't mention the war — This means that you shouldn t speak about things that could cause an argument or tension.This idiom was used in a classic episode of the much loved British comedy series Fawlty Towers. As a consequence if you use this phrase in Britain, listeners …   The small dictionary of idiomes

  • mention — 01. Could you [mention] the meeting to Charlie when you see him? I don t want him to forget. 02. Don t [mention] anything about the dead hamster to the kids; it really gets them upset. 03. The government statement made no [mention] of the… …   Grammatical examples in English

  • mention — 1 / menSFn/ verb (T) 1 to talk about something or someone in a conversation, piece of writing etc, especially without saying very much or giving details: As I mentioned earlier, this has been a very successful year for our company. | Jill… …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • mention — men|tion1 W1S1 [ˈmenʃən] v [T] 1.) to talk or write about something or someone, usually quickly and without saying very much or giving details ▪ Was my name mentioned at all? ▪ Some of the problems were mentioned in his report. mention sth to sb… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

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