big deal

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Something very important, difficult, or of concern

It's no big deal if you don't finish.

Indicates that something is not important or impressive; so what

He can run a mile in 15 minutes? Big deal! Some people can do it in four.

Used ironically to indicate that something is unimportant or unimpressive
An important person: She was a big deal in local politics
Something of great importance or consequence: "made a big deal out of getting there on time; losing one penny was no big deal."
major issue; so what
feelings You can say `big deal' to someone to show that you are not impressed by something that they consider important or impressive. `You'll miss The Brady Bunch.' --- `Big deal.'
If someone makes a big deal out of something, they make a fuss about it or treat it as if it were very important. The Joneses make a big deal out of being `different'
an important influential person; "he thinks he's a big shot"; "she's a big deal in local politics"; "the Qaeda commander is a very big fish"
anything of great importance or consequence
If you say that something is a big deal, you mean that it is important or significant in some way. I felt the pressure on me, winning was such a big deal for the whole family It's no big deal
big deals
plural form of big deal
make a big deal
(deyim) To exaggerate an insignificant event

Jeff said, I'm sorry I banged into you in the dark. Don't make a big deal out of it..

make a big deal out of something
(deyim) To exaggerate an insignificant event

Jeff said, I'm sorry I banged into you in the dark. Don't make a big deal out of it..

did not make a big deal out of
did not blow anything out of proportion, did not make a fuss about
it's no big deal
it's no big piece of wisdom, it's so-so, it's not a big issue or matter
it's not such a big deal
it's no big thing
no big deal
nothing very important, not a critical issue
big deal