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The Idiom: To Mean Nothing to Someone

In this activity, we will cover the meaning of this idiom and give examples of its use

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To mean nothing to somebody or something.

You could also rephrase this idiom as to not mean anything to somebody or something. If a person says that somebody or something means nothing to him or to her, it means that one does not appreciate this particular person or this particular thing or thinks that somebody or something is not important.

Vocabulary:

• Several
Some.

• Antique
Something made in an earlier period that is collected and considered to have value.

• Will
An official statement of what a person has decided should be done with their money and property after their death.

• Junk
Things that are considered to be of no use or value.

• Rewarding
Making you feel satisfied that you have done something important or useful.

• Selfish
Only thinks of their own advantage.

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