nevermind vs never mind :

nevermind vs never mind

nevermind or never mind

Never mind is used to tell someone to disregard or pay no attention something.

"Never mind that disrespectful bull."

Nevermind on the other hand is used as a part of a colloquial expression “pay something”, No nevermind.

"Do you care for a drink? No, nevermind."

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