What does "none" mean here? Is something omitted between the sentence of "don't worry none"? How can I use this expression?
"None" here means "none at all". The expression "don't worry none" is a very informal way to say "don't worry at all" or "don't worry about anything". It is not a very common expression because it sounds extremely informal. Nothing is omitted in this sentence, however, it is not really grammatically correct. It is better and more common to say "don't worry at all" instead.
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