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No Sweat

Meaning/Usage: Telling someone it is "no problem"

Explanation: "Sweat" refers to the water that comes from your pores after hard work or exercise.  This phrase became popular to tell someone that the task is not a problem and that it will not cause any sweat.

"I can finish it for you, no sweat."
"No sweat.  We can always get together another time."
"No sweat.  It's not that big of a deal."

A.  "Can you have my computer fixed by tomorrow?  I really need it for work."
B.  "No sweat.  I should be able to have it to you by then."

Other Common Sentences

"No problem."
"It's not a big deal."

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