This page is about the idiom Never mind.
Meaning: You can say "never mind" when you want someone not to worry or feel bad about something, or not to bother doing something.
- A: "I'm really sorry, but I can't find my ticket." B: "Never mind. Just give me your name and I'll check the computer."
- "If you haven't got time to mow the lawn today, never mind. You can do it tomorrow instead."
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Contributor: Matt Errey