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not to be sneezed at

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishnot to be sneezed atnot to be sneezed atBritish English, nothing to sneeze at American English spokenGOOD ENOUGH used about an offer, especially of money, that is very good, and which you should consider carefully In those days, £5 an hour was not to be sneezed at. sneeze
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not to be sneezed atA lot of them were here, because a free meal is not to be sneezed at.In the days of rock bottom underground pay, 20 was not to be sneezed at.An additional payoff not to be sneezed at is that lecturers, forced to integrate, begin to rethink their subject!
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