No worries& don't worry

  • vaska

    Banned
    Spanish
    Sometimes you say I'm really soory that I couldn't come. And you say no worries or don't worry.
     

    Hermocrates

    Senior Member
    Italian & British English (bilingual)
    "No worries" can be used when someone thanks you for something you did or say, for example. In that case it's an informal equivalent to "don't mention it", similar to "no problem".

    "Don't worry" is more of a reassurance.

    But yes, as stated by Broccolicious knowing the context could help. :)


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