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British pronunciation/lˈaɪk nˈəʊbɒdˌiz bˈɪznəs/
American pronunciation/lˈaɪk nˈoʊbɑːdiz bˈɪznəs/
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in a way that is very high in speed, quality, or degree

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like nobody's business definition and meaning

What is the origin of the idiom "make a go of something" and when to use it?

The origin of the idiom "like nobody's business" is uncertain, but it likely developed as a colloquial expression in the United States. It is a figurative way of saying that something is done exceptionally well, with great intensity, speed, or enthusiasm, as if there were no restrictions or limitations. This idiomatic phrase is used to suggest that something is done to an extraordinary degree or with remarkable efficiency.

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When he's in a good mood, he can go through a plate of spaghetti like nobody's business.
The other team came out and dominated our players like nobody's business.
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