Neither Here Nor There – Definition of English Idiom

Whatis the meaning of English idiom – Neither here nor there?

If something is ‘Neitherhere nor there’, it means that it is not important, or it doesn’t make a difference.

Neither here nor there = Unimportant, irrelevant

e.g. If my new job starts on Monday or Wednesday is neither here nor there, I don’t have anything else to do so it’s unimportant.

e.g. His popularity among the other students is neither here nor there. What’s important is his ability to teach the students.

e.g. You can pay me 10 or 20, it’s neither here nor that as I won’t be able to afford my bills any way.

e.g. Whether we go to the beach today or tomorrow is neither here nor there, it will be sunny on both days – it’s Barcelona!

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