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Never mind

Meaning/Usage: To forget about it; to express you don't need an answer any longer

Explanation: Although the sentences below are used in full sentences, this phrase is most commonly used by itself.  For example, A: "Can you grab that pen for me?" B: "What did you say?" A: "Never mind."

"Never mind what you were going to do, we need to leave now!"
"Never mind what I said before, I was wrong."
"Never mind cooking dinner for me, I will be home too late."

A.  "So what would you like me to fix for dinner tonight?"
B.  "Never mind cooking anything for me, I will not be home until late."
A.  "OK I will just cook for myself and the kids then."

Other Common Sentences

"You don't have to think about it."

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