neither here nor there
Adjective
  1. (idiomatic) Having no significance or influence on the question at hand.
    The fact that pledges willingly submit themselves to hazing is neither here nor there and any organization that engages in hazing will lose its charter.
    • 1913, Jack London, John Barleycorn, chapter 28
      I had life troubles and heart troubles which are neither here nor there in this narrative. But, combined with them, were intellectual troubles which are indeed germane.
Synonyms Antonyms Translations
  • French: n'avoir rien à voir
  • Russian: не к ме́сту
  • Spanish: no venir a cuento, no venir al caso



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