|it ain't over till it's over
||a game is not finished until time has expired, never say die
||A few fans stayed to watch the end of the game. "It ain't over till it's over," one man said.
|it ain't over till the fat lady sings
||an event is not finished until the final bell, don't give up
||The tying goal was scored in the final second. It ain't over till the fat lady sings!
|it appears to me
||this is what I see, I believe this happened
||It appears to me that this car swerved to avoid a collision.
|it don't make no nevermind
||it does not matter, it is not important, never mind
||"He done took your shirt, boy! Why you do nothin'?"
"It don't make no nevermind. He's kin."
||it is logical, it appears so, it makes sense
||"The owner must have started the fire," said Sherlock.
"It figures," said Watson.
|it goes with the territory
||some problems are natural in some jobs or places
||There's more crime in the cities. It goes with the territory.
|it goes without saying
||it is obvious, needless to say
||It goes without saying: we want equal pay for equal work.
|it has your name on it
||we saved this one for you, it is yours
||There's a steak on the grill, and it has your name on it.
|it is better to have loved and lost than never to have loved at all
||you are a better person if you have loved someone - even for a short time
||Old and alone, the woman often thought of a saying: It is better to have loved and lost... .
|it makes no difference
||it does not matter, either way is okay
||"Should we have tea or coffee?" "It makes no difference to me."