Very; a lot of: mucho dinero/wanting mucho nachos
- Nothing to sneeze at
noun high muckety-muck: Always used with big, high, etc: the way some of these big mucks do see: not to be sneezed at
- Nothing to speak of
Not much, nothing worth mentioning, as in What’s been happening in the stock market?—Nothing to speak of, or They’ve done nothing to speak of about publicity. This expression was first recorded in 1582.
- Nothing to write home about
noun phrase A very ordinary or mediocre person or thing; nothing special; no great shakes: His pitch was nothing to write home about (1914+) Ordinary or unremarkable, as in The restaurant was all right but nothing to write home about. This idiom originated in the late 1800s, possibly among troops stationed far from home, and […]
- Nothing will come of nothing
You will gain nothing if you invest nothing. This saying is spoken by the title character in the play King Lear, by William Shakespeare. King Lear is telling his daughter Cordelia that she will gain no favors from him if she does not make elaborate speeches saying she loves him.