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Ways of saying that you do not care

please yourself

used for telling someone that you do not care whether they do a particular thing or not

good luck to someone

used for saying that you do not care what someone does and doubt whether they will be successful

for all someone knows/cares

used for saying that even if something was true, a particular person would not know/care about it

never mind

used for saying that the time when something is wanted, needed, or possible has gone

whenever

adverb, conjunction

used for saying that you do not care when something happens, because all times are equally convenient

wherever

adverb, conjunction

used for saying that you do not care where something happens, because all the places are equally good

it’s/that’s OK

used for saying that something does not make you angry, upset, or sad

I’m easy

used for saying that you will accept any choice or decision that someone else makes

see if I care

used when talking to someone who has made you angry or upset, for saying that their actions do not worry or interest you

it’s someone’s loss

used for saying that if someone does not do something, they will not get an advantage

dark pool

a method of financial trading in which share prices are hidden and not openly available to the public

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bottom line

the amount of money that a business makes or loses

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to post a tweet, usually a negative one, that mentions a person without using the @ sign, so that they will not see the message on their Twitter feed …

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