English version

not be much of a something

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishnot be much of a somethingnot be much of a somethingBAD ATto not be a good example of something or not be very good at something I’m not much of a dancer, I’m afraid. It wasn’t really much of a storm. much
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not be much of a somethingI'm not much of a dancer.A small blemish on the tape of a song or movie may not be much of a problem.Despite the forecast, it wasn't much of a storm.
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