nothing to sneeze at

nothing to sneeze at
of good quality, do not ignore it

That was a nice apartment - nothing to sneeze at.

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  • nothing to sneeze at — See: SNEEZE AT …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • nothing to sneeze at — See: SNEEZE AT …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • Nothing to Sneeze At — Infobox Television episode Title = Nothing to Sneeze At Series = Garfield and Friends Caption = Season = 1 Episode = 12 Airdate = October 8, 1988 Production = G003 C Writer = Mark Evanier Sharman DiVono Director = John Walker Steve Clark John… …   Wikipedia

  • nothing to sneeze at — n. no small amount of money; something not inconsequential. □ It’s not a lot of money, but it’s nothing to sneeze at. □ She worked hard and did not accomplish much, but it’s nothing to sneeze at …   Dictionary of American slang and colloquial expressions

  • nothing to sneeze at — noun Not bad; decent; acceptable; worthwhile. Their music may not be worthy of radio time, but its nothing to sneeze at. Syn: not to be sneezed at …   Wiktionary

  • nothing to sneeze at — something you should take seriously His new salary is nothing to sneeze at …   Idioms and examples

  • nothing to sneeze at — something that deserves serious attention. An extra two thousand bucks a year is nothing to sneeze at …   New idioms dictionary

  • nothing\ to\ sneeze\ at — See: sneeze at …   Словарь американских идиом

  • be nothing to sneeze at — be nothing to sneeze/sniff at American & Australian, informal (not) to be sneezed/sniffed at if something or someone is not to be sneezed at, they are important or dangerous enough to deserve serious attention. Blizzards with a foot of snow are… …   New idioms dictionary

  • sneeze — sneeze1 [sni:z] v [: Old English; Origin: fneosan] 1.) if you sneeze, air suddenly comes from your nose, making a noise, for example when you have a cold ▪ She started coughing and sneezing. ▪ The dust was making him sneeze . 2.) not to be… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

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