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no small ——

Definition of no small —— in English:

A good deal of ——: a matter of no small consequence
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  • T.S. Eliot went to no small pains to energetically denounce the ‘epidemic’ that was ‘Bergsonism.’
  • Even minor things can bungle hard work, and English materials in international events are no small problems.
  • They are building homes again as you read this, and in no small numbers either.
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