think nothing of


1

Give little consideration to, regard as routine, as in He thinks nothing of driving 100 miles to see a new movie. [c. 1800]

2

think nothing of it. It's not important, as in Thanks for the lift.—Think nothing of it. This way of saying you're welcome dates from the late 1800s.

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