take a blind bit of notice


take a blind bit of notice
(not) take a blind bit of notice British & Australian, informal to not give someone or something any attention at all.

Protesters were shouting and waving banners outside the embassy, but no-one took a blind bit of notice.

They didn't take a blind bit of notice of our objections.

(often + of)

New idioms dictionary. 2014.

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  • not take a blind bit of notice — (not) take a blind bit of notice British & Australian, informal to not give someone or something any attention at all. Protesters were shouting and waving banners outside the embassy, but no one took a blind bit of notice. They didn t take a… …   New idioms dictionary

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  • (a) blind bit of — a blind bit of british spoken phrase any Used for adding emphasis to a negative statement They didn’t take a blind bit of notice and just went on talking. Thesaurus: nothing, none and no onesynonym everything and including everythingsynonym… …   Useful english dictionary

  • a blind bit of — British spoken any. Used for adding emphasis to a negative statement They didn t take a blind bit of notice and just went on talking …   English dictionary

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  • blind — blind1 W3S2 [blaınd] adj ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ 1¦(unable to see)¦ 2 be blind to something 3 turn a blind eye (to something) 4 not take/pay a blind bit of notice 5 not make a blind bit of difference 6¦(feelings)¦ 7¦(road)¦ 8 the blind leading the blind… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • not a blind the blindest bit of … — not a blind bit/the blindest bit of… idiom (BrE, informal) not any • He didn t take a blind bit of notice of me (= he ignored me) …   Useful english dictionary

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