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Matter — synonyms, definition
1. matter (Noun)
affair argument article base body business catalyst character chemical circumstance commodity component concern constituent constituents content contents details difficulty distress • • •
matter (Noun) — A vaguely specified concern.
ex. "several matters to attend to"
matter (Noun) — Some situation or event that is thought about.
ex. "it is a matter for the police"
matter (Noun) — That which has mass and occupies space.
ex. "physicists study both the nature of matter and the forces which govern it"
matter (Noun) — A problem.
ex. "is anything the matter?"
matter (Noun) — (used with negation) having consequence.
ex. "they were friends and it was no matter who won the games"
matter (Noun) — Written works (especially in books or magazines).
ex. "he always took some reading matter with him on the plane"
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cognitive content concern consequence content ill import mental object moment physical entity piece of writing problem trouble writing written material
addendum antimatter area back matter blind spot brief dark matter deposit dictation emanation end matter fluid front matter gloop glop goo gook goop guck gunk • • •
2. matter (Verb)
count decay discharge pus fester import mean signify value weigh
matter (Verb) — Have weight; have import, carry weight.
ex. "It does not matter much"
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