A colloquial expression used in simile-like grammatical constructions to attribute particular force to the action of a verb. To state that something is happening "like nobody's business" suggests that it is happening with a particularly high degree of intensity.
It's raining outside like nobody's business!
od uživatele Sam Sundquist 17. Červen 2005

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