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English Idiom: “It’s Not to Be Sniffed At!”

Do you know what people generally mean when they say IT’S NOT TO BE SNIFFED AT?

More often than not, they say this kind of thing when a certain amount of money is offered, for example, and the person in question perceives it to be worth considering.

In theory you can also say IT’S NOT TO BE SNIFFED AT in relation to just about anything you perceive worth risking for or taking any other type of action.

In reality, however, this English idiom is used when discussing money related matters, and if you’d like to find out more about it – please watch the video above! 😉

Cheers,

Robby

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