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A phrase is a group of words commonly used together (e.g once upon a time).
a. it doesn't matter
Es muy caro, pero no importa. Como quiera lo voy a comprar.It's very expensive, but it doesn't matter. I'll buy it anyway.
b. never mind
Se me olvidó comprar croissants. - No importa, podemos hacer tostadas.I forgot to buy croissants. - Never mind. We can make toast.
c. it makes no difference
El caso es irse de vacaciones. Adónde, no importa.The main thing is to go on vacation. It makes no difference where to.
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