Buddha Quotes on Life:

  • “Learn this from water: loud splashes the brook but the oceans depth are calm.”

    • “If anything is worth doing, do it with all your heart..”

      • “Do not look for a sanctuary in anyone except yourself.”

Words in English - A Big Deal - Big Deal - No Big Deal.

A big deal
The phrase a big deal is
often used to describe a situation of great importance.

Examples:
It's obviously a big deal to her to get a promotion first because she can move up in the company faster than anybody else in the team.
I just couldn't understand why they quarreled so much over the colour of a picture frame - it's not a big deal!
Take note
  1. A big no-no (idm) describes something that should never be done or should never have been done.
  2. Big Deal (idm): used to show no interest in what you have heard because you don't think it is important
  3. No Big Deal (idm): not a serious problem, not important.

Examples:
  1. Wearing jeans is a big no-no in a posh restaurant.
  2. Arriving late and leaving early is a big no-no at our workplace.
  3. Jane has finished 5 big school projects. - Oh! big deal!. Tom has done 10.
  4. we need to pay a little higher to stay in a posh hotel. So  it is no big deal.

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