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to not care whether you have, see, or do something
used for emphasizing that someone thinks something is unimportant. These phrases usually show that the speaker is angry or upset
to think only about yourself, and not worry or care about other people
to not care about something
to fail to consider or care about something, with the result that it is destroyed
used for saying that someone would not be worried or affected by a particular situation or action
used for saying that it makes no difference to someone whether one thing happens or another thing happens
to not care at all about someone or something
to be very difficult to upset because you do not care what people say about you
an employment concept in which people are paid for each specific, short-term task that they do and don't have conventional contracts of employment
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