matter en Anglais
v. be important, be significant
adj. weary, exhausted, weakened, exploited; mat, dull, lusterless, dim, faded; drab, dismal
I would have to consult with my mother as she had more experience with these matters, but something told me, the mystery of the Pharaoh’s recent illness was about to be solved.
He wants to help young people have the same education opportunities no matter where they live.
As a matter of fact, something was moving me already, and I was attracted to him, but I couldn't find the words to express my joy, even though my eyes betrayed me and he noticed it.
It didn’t matter what kind of cheese it was – goat, ewe, blue, cow – if it was available I would eat it.
It doesn’t matter if you are a teenager still, if you want success, it’s possible you will get it.
Soon the whole village knew that I was the expert in matters of cinema.
You will make a difference, and it doesn’t matter how big or small it is.
Your friends will always support you no matter what, because this is what good friends do.
“What is the matter?” demanded his grandfather. “Why don’t you go on?”
“No matter,” replied Forster; “I think that by running the train at its maximum speed, we might have some chance of getting over.”
1. affair: business, undertaking, circumstance, concern, situation
2. substance: material, element, medium, body, stuff, thing, substantiality
3. trouble: difficulty, distress, perplexity
4. subject: topic, content, essence, focus, theme, resolution, interest
5. pus: sore, infection, maturation
6. count: value, mean, signify, weigh, import
7. discharge pus: fester, decay