Adjective(1) of no importance or relevance especially to a law case(2) without material form or substance(3) not consisting of matter(4) not pertinent to the matter under consideration(5) (often followed by `to', or indifferent
(1) But as he rightly pointed out, that fact was totally immaterial .(2) The fact he lost his way then is, to an extent, immaterial .(3) Epicurus rejected the existence of Platonic forms and an immaterial soul, and he said that the gods have no influence on our lives.(4) Therefore, while regrettable, the omission in my view is immaterial in these circumstances.(5) Anyone can, for instance, glue styrofoam cups to a board and it is meaningless, craftless, and immaterial .(6) We find new relationships with technologies by rubbing our corporeal bodies up against them, not by crossing a threshold into their immaterial worlds.(7) I thought how ephemeral and immaterial the bond we have with anybody is, and for the most part we are alone to see and witness the world.(8) For fear of saying such things, people in the past invented the notion of an immaterial soul, but Schopenhauer will have none of that.(9) Even if immaterial souls do not exist, there is good reason not to identify the deaths of people with the deaths of their bodies.(10) It is immaterial that they belong to urban or rural area.(11) Nonetheless, I do not think we can simply write off as immaterial or irrelevant the views expressed by my interlocutor.(12) The fact that their views may not reflect majority views, or indeed are specifically opposed to majority views, is immaterial .(13) The event, the fourth of its kind, is open to all: age, language, gender and sexual orientation are immaterial .(14) Whether the public believed him was immaterial , though any public outcry in support of the union message could only be helpful.(15) Wins and losses, for any sport, are ultimately immaterial in considering the value of an athletic program.(16) Whether they are right or not about their goal (and I think they were wrong) is immaterial .
(1) immaterial :: 無形
1. irrelevant ::
2. intangible ::
3. extraneous ::
4. nonmaterial ::
5. indifferent ::
6. incorporeal ::
1. bodily ::
2. corporeal ::
3. material ::
4. physical ::
5. substantial ::
Different Formsimmaterial, immateriality, immaterially, immaterialness
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