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sod all

Definition of sod all in English:

vulgar slang, chiefly British Absolutely nothing.
Example sentences
  • But, much as I love and appreciate good wine, I just know sod all about it.
  • And the Arsenal's just a ghost town - a few army people milling about, lots of builders, but sod all else.
  • ‘Work’ is an exaggeration as well, we did sod all.
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