Today’s expressions: “not lose sleep over something”

12 Feb

When you worry about something, you probably can’t sleep well. And when you don’t have any worries, you probably sleep very well. So the expression “I won’t lose sleep over it” means quite simply that I’m not going to worry about a situation, or that I really don’t care.

For example:

“I failed my driving test, but I’m not going to lose any sleep over it”.

not lose sleep over it

not lose sleep over it

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