matter

ˈmætə

Перевод:

Noun: вопрос дело материя вещество
Verb: иметь значение гноиться

Фразы:

it is simply a matter of time - это просто вопрос времени

to make a matter of conscience - поступать по совести

a matter of little consequence - несущественное, неважное дело

the content of the matter - суть дела

as a matter of courtesy - в порядке любезности

a matter of the utmost delicacy - чрезвычайно щекотливый вопрос

matter-of-fact, objective description - объективное описание

to dismiss the matter - прекратить дело, производство по делу

to make inquiries about a matter - наводить справки о деле

extractive matter - выделяемое вещество

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Примеры:

What's the matter? - В чём дело? / Что случилось?

It does not matter at all. - Это не имеет никакого значения. / Это несущественно.

It is a matter of a few months. - Это вопрос нескольких месяцев.

Does it matter what I think? - Какое имеет значение, что я думаю?

It's a matter of custom. - Это вопрос привычки.

The fact of the matter is that... - Дело в том, что…

It does not matter much. - Это не имеет большого значения. / Это не столь важно.

All that matters is that you're safe. - Самое главное, что ты в безопасности.

This is a very serious matter. - Это очень серьёзный вопрос.

What are your thoughts on this matter? - Что ты думаешь по этому поводу?

It's a matter of fact that ... - Очевидно, что...

That's a totally different matter. - Это совсем другое дело.

He has a few personal matters to deal with. - У него есть несколько личных дел, с которыми надо разобраться.

Money was the only thing that mattered to him. - Деньги — это единственное, что имело для него хоть какое-то значение.

The matter allows of no delay. - Дело не терпит отлагательства.

I'd rather let the matter drop. - Я бы предпочёл больше это не обсуждать.

I have a matter for your ear. - Я должен вам сообщить кое-что наедине.

Matter has extension. - Материя имеет свойство протяжённости.

What's the matter with Bill? - Что с Биллом?

the verge of matter and spirit - грань между материей и духом

It is all a matter of degree. - Это всё — вопрос относительный.

He had lost many of the people who mattered to him. - Он потерял много людей, которые были ему небезразличны.

Let the matter stand over! - Отложите это дело!

A black star absorbs all matter. - Чёрная звезда поглощает всю материю.

It's no use argufying the matter. - Спорить по этому вопросу бесполезно.

He had no say in the matter. - Он не имел права голоса в этом вопросе.

I must attend to this matter. - Я должен заняться этим вопросом.

It does not matter a farthing. - Это ровно ничего не значит.

I will try to expedite the matter. - Я постараюсь ускорить рассмотрение этого дела.

Her subject matter is abstruse. - Тема её проекта трудна для понимания.

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Связанные термины:

no matter: You say ' no matter ' after you have just asked a question or mentioned an idea or doubt and you have decided that it is not really important, interesting, or worth discussing .

back matter: the parts of a book, such as the index and appendices, that follow the main text

dark matter: Dark matter is material that is believed to form a large part of the universe, but which has never been seen .

dead matter: type that has already been used or is not going to be used

end matter: the parts of a book, such as the index and appendices, that follow the main text

gray matter: grayish nerve tissue of the brain and spinal cord, consisting chiefly of nerve cells, with few nerve fibers

grey matter: You can refer to your intelligence or your brains as grey matter .

the matter: wrong ; the trouble

what matter: what does it matter?

faecal matter: bodily waste matter derived from ingested food and the secretions of the intestines and discharged through the anus

front matter: the pages of a book, such as the title page and contents, before the main text

matter waves: the set of waves that represent the behaviour of an elementary particle, or some atoms and molecules, under certain conditions. The de Broglie wavelength, λ, is given by λ = h/mv, where h is the Planck constant, m the mass, and v the velocity of the particle

minor matter: A matter is a task, situation, or event which you have to deal with or think about, especially one that involves problems .

simple matter: A matter is a task, situation, or event which you have to deal with or think about, especially one that involves problems.

urgent matter: A matter is a task, situation, or event which you have to deal with or think about, especially one that involves problems.

white matter: the whitish tissue of the brain and spinal cord, consisting mainly of myelinated nerve fibres

complex matter: A matter is a task, situation, or event which you have to deal with or think about, especially one that involves problems.

domestic matter: A matter is a task, situation, or event which you have to deal with or think about, especially one that involves problems .

internal matter: A matter is a task, situation, or event which you have to deal with or think about, especially one that involves problems.

laughing matter: → no laughing matter

organic matter: matter derived from organisms, esp decayed matter in soil

personal matter: A matter is a task, situation, or event which you have to deal with or think about, especially one that involves problems .

pressing matter: A matter is a task, situation, or event which you have to deal with or think about, especially one that involves problems .

printed matter: material that has been printed or published, such as newspapers, magazines, or books

reading matter: → another name for reading material

serious matter: A matter is a task, situation, or event which you have to deal with or think about, especially one that involves problems .

subject matter: The subject matter of something such as a book, lecture, film, or painting is the thing that is being written about, discussed, or shown .

trivial matter: A matter is a task, situation, or event which you have to deal with or think about, especially one that involves problems .

condensed matter: crystalline and amorphous solids and liquids, including liquid crystals, glasses, polymers, and gels

degenerate matter: the highly compressed state of matter, esp in white dwarfs and neutron stars, supported against gravitational collapse by quantum mechanical effects

important matter: A matter is a task, situation, or event which you have to deal with or think about, especially one that involves problems .

matter of fact: If you describe a person as matter-of-fact, you mean that they show no emotions such as enthusiasm, anger, or surprise, especially in a situation where you would expect them to be emotional .

matter of law: an issue requiring the court's interpretation of the law or relevant principles of the law

no easy matter: If something is no easy matter, it is difficult to do it.

no matter what: If you say that you are going to do something no matter what, you are emphasizing that you are definitely going to do it, even if there are obstacles or difficulties.

particulate matter: Particulate matter is solid or liquid particles in the air, which are measured in PM-10 units and are particles with a diameter of ten micrometers or less.

practical matter: A matter is a task, situation, or event which you have to deal with or think about, especially one that involves problems .

a matter of time: If you say that something is just a matter of time, you mean that it is certain to happen at some time in the future .

as a matter of: If you are going to do something as a matter of urgency or priority, you are going to do it as soon as possible, because it is important .

disciplinary matter: A matter is a task, situation, or event which you have to deal with or think about, especially one that involves problems.

for that matter: You can use for that matter to emphasize that the remark you are making is true in the same way as your previous, similar remark.

it doesn't matter: You say ' it doesn't matter ' to tell someone who is apologizing to you that you are not angry or upset, and that they should not worry .

matter of course: an event or result that is natural or inevitable

matter-of-factly: in a matter-of-fact manner

matter of opinion: a point open to question ; a debatable statement

matter of record: a fact or statement that appears on the record of a court and that can be proved or established by producing such record

mind over matter: You can use the expression mind over matter to describe situations in which a person seems to be able to control events, physical objects, or the condition of their own body using their mind.

no laughing matter: If you say that something is no laughing matter, you mean that it is very serious and not something that you should laugh or joke about.

a matter of opinion: If you say that a statement is a matter of opinion, you mean that it is not a fact, and that other people, including yourself, do not agree with it.

as a matter of fact: You use as a matter of fact to introduce a statement that gives more details about what has just been said, or an explanation of it, or something that contrasts with it.

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Однокоренные слова:

mattery - гнойный, существенный
matters - материя, вопрос, дело, вещество, материал, иметь значение, гноиться

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