word commonly used by Meg. Meaning dont worry or shit happens.
Man : I cheated on my wife with a French Hooker
Meg : No Worries
Por Paul Stall 19 de octubre de 2007
The most common phrase in the Australian vocabulary. May be used adequately in situations ranging from benign endings to conversations to matters of earth shattering importance.
1. "See ya later mate" - "No worries"
2. "Bob, your girlfreind is about to have the baby of a mutated albino dwarf conceived in Antartica while identifying the mating habits of plankton of varying sizes" ..... "No worries"
3. "Dave just cut his thumb off using the oxy" - "No worries - is he still coming up the pub later?"
Por Genghis 09 de marzo de 2005
All is good, no harm done
"Im sorry", the boy said to his teacher. "No worries", his teacher replied.
Por Z 01 de marzo de 2003
1. Your welcome
"John thanks for letting me borrow your pencil."
"No worries, Bob"
Por Polly 12 de noviembre de 2003
No worries means to not worry.
No worries.

Don't worry about it.
Por noworries0987654 17 de abril de 2013
two words that can be used in pretty much every situation... gets really addictive to say..i find myself using it aaall the time.. :$
'aww man i totally missed lost last night and i swore i would never ever miss an episode!' 'no worries, was a crap episode anyway...nothing good happened.'

Por bantamcockerel 10 de noviembre de 2005
Strine expression: means no problem at all. Regularly heard in the walkabout
Got my Aussie dayer said thanks to the Aussie lass who served me, she replied "no worries"
Por TheBritboylangers 04 de febrero de 2005
An Australian English phrase, synonymous with the American English 'no problem' and 'don't worry about it.' Recently, it has gained currency in the United States amongst condescending douche bags and female Starbucks baristas.
Customer: "I'm sorry. Because I paid for this Venti Skinny Vanilla Latte with a credit card, I cannot leave a tip."

Female Starbucks Barista: "No worries."
Por jim fallope 08 de febrero de 2011

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