Definition of no matter in English:

no matter

1 [with clause] Regardless of: no matter what the government calls them, they are cuts
More example sentences
  • The human spirit is basically the same no matter what area of the world you are in or come from.
  • She would never turn her back on me, no matter what I did, and it's the same for me.
  • You don't have to take every call at any time, no matter how important you may wish to look.
2It is of no importance: no matter, I’ll go myself
More example sentences
  • Time will tell if it is more than a piece of military muscle-flexing, but no matter.
Synonyms
it doesn't matter, it makes no difference/odds, it's unimportant, never mind, don't apologize, don't worry about it, don't mention it
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