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it doesn t matter

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"It doesn't matter" is an English idiomatic phrase. It's often used to express indifference, dismissiveness, or the insignificance of a situation or item. Structurally, it's a negative form of the verb "matter," which means "to be important or significant," preceded by the contraction "doesn't," short for "does not."
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"Even if it rains on our picnic, it doesn't matter; we'll still have a great time indoors."
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matter

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"Matter" is a noun in English language, primarily referring to physical substance or material that occupies space and possesses mass. It's derived from Latin word 'materia', meaning 'substance'. It is also used metaphorically to mean 'a subject or situation under consideration', like in 'what's the matter?' It also has a verb form meaning 'to be of importance or significance'.
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