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no worries (2)

British and Australian English INFORMAL
This page is about the conversational phrase no worries (2)

Meaning

You can this say after somebody thanks you, or if you accept somebody's apology, excuse, explanation, etc.

For example

  • "Thanks a lot."
    "No worries, mate."

  • "Sorry I didn't call you back right away."
    "No worries. It wasn't urgent."

Variety

This is typically used in British and Australian English but may be used in other varieties of English too.

Quick Quiz

You can say "No worries" after someone says

a. "I'll tell him I'm sorry."

b. "I said I was sorry."

c. "Sorry about that."

Contributor: Matt Errey