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Noun
Physical substance in general
“Why is the universe made of matter and not equal parts of matter and antimatter?”
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A subject or situation under consideration
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“He urged the council to give the matter serious consideration.”
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An event or sequence of events under consideration
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“In many ways, the whole matter was just a very large side-show.”
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The substance or content of a text or speech, as distinct from its style or form
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“The main matter of the report consists primarily of research methodology and results.”
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The quality or condition of being important or worthy of note
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“It is done. It is over. It is of little matter now.”
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(the matter) The reason for distress or a problem
“You seem distressed. What seems to be the matter?”
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(dated) The secretion from a sore
“The infected wound was full of matter.”
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(chemistry) A substance in the fundamental state of matter that retains its size and shape without the need of a container
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Cells or material from which organic matter is made
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A difficult or tangled situation
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An instance of buying or selling something
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A clause in a legal document or agreement
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The size of an object or body
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Regular mail
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Scope of operation
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The area near or surrounding a particular place
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The process or manifestation of objectifying (something)
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The words or wording of a book or other piece of writing, or the idea(s) conveyed from them
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The property or state of being relevant or pertinent
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Something that is part of a whole
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The way in which things exist in real life
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Generic appellation for objects
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A proposed or planned undertaking
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Matter that settles to the bottom of a liquid
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A action or task to be performed
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A commercial operation or company
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To be significant or of importance
“It actually does matter what you wear to the event as you may be denied entry if you dress inappropriately.”
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To have importance or influence
“I only listen to the opinions of people who actually matter.”
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To have significance or be influential in a matter or decision
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To be an indication of
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To form pus, or cause to generate pus
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To have power and influence over
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