Matter Tiếng Anh Là Gì?

Talking about the world"s problems is one thing, but solving them is another matter altogether (= is completely different).

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Some scientists believe that there is about ten times as much matter in the universe as astronomers have observed.
We can use matter as a verb or a noun. It is a very common word with a number of different uses & grammatical patterns. …
The most common use of the verb matter is in the expression it doesn’t matter (and the less common forms it didn’t matter, it wouldn’t matter and it won’t matter). It doesn’t matter means ‘it is not important’, ‘I don’t mind’ or ‘it is not a problem’: …
We can use what’s the matter (with …)? lớn ask someone about a problem or khổng lồ ask for an explanation of a situation that looks problematic: …
We can use no matter to link two clauses as a conjunction. It is a short size of it does not matter. We can use no matter with what, when, where, which, who and how lớn refer to lớn a situation that cannot be changed, even though we try: …
We can use matter as a verb or a noun. It is a very common word with a number of different uses & grammatical patterns. …
The most common use of the verb matter is in the expression it doesn’t matter (and the less common forms it didn’t matter, it wouldn’t matter & it won’t matter). It doesn’t matter means ‘it is not important’, ‘I don’t mind’ or ‘it is not a problem’: …
We can use what’s the matter (with …)? khổng lồ ask someone about a problem or lớn ask for an explanation of a situation that looks problematic: …
We can use no matter to link two clauses as a conjunction. It is a short form of it does not matter. We can use no matter with what, when, where, which, who và how to lớn refer to lớn a situation that cannot be changed, even though we try: …
Second, liberalization does not necessarily imply the retreat of the state"s role in matters of economic governance.
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