Definición de immaterial en inglés:

immaterial

Saltos de línea: im¦ma|ter¦ial
Pronunciación: /ɪməˈtɪərɪəl
 
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adjetivo

1Unimportant under the circumstances; irrelevant: the difference in our ages is immaterial
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • So the government says this is all irrelevant and immaterial.
  • Nonetheless, I do not think we can simply write off as immaterial or irrelevant the views expressed by my interlocutor.
  • Therefore, while regrettable, the omission in my view is immaterial in these circumstances.
Sinónimos
irrelevant, unimportant, inconsequential, insignificant, of no matter/moment, of little account, beside the point, not to the point, neither here nor there, inapposite, not pertinent, not germane; trivial, trifling, petty, superficial; peripheral, tangential, extraneous
2 Philosophy Spiritual, rather than physical: we have immaterial souls
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • For fear of saying such things, people in the past invented the notion of an immaterial soul, but Schopenhauer will have none of that.
  • Epicurus rejected the existence of Platonic forms and an immaterial soul, and he said that the gods have no influence on our lives.
  • Even if immaterial souls do not exist, there is good reason not to identify the deaths of people with the deaths of their bodies.
Sinónimos
intangible, incorporeal, not material, bodiless, unembodied, disembodied, impalpable, ethereal, unsubstantial, insubstantial, airy, aerial; spiritual, ghostly, spectral, wraithlike, transcendental, unearthly, supernatural

Origen

late Middle English (in sense 2): from late Latin immaterialis, from in- 'not' + materialis 'relating to matter'.

Derivativos

immateriality

Pronunciación: /-ˈalɪti/
sustantivo
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • ‘The immateriality of electronic texts is unsettling, a turn-off.’
  • ‘The paintings are constantly changing in different light conditions, effecting a fluctuation between materiality and immateriality,’ she adds.
  • Once again matter has disappeared, this time giving way to the immateriality of communication, where everything is discourse and discourse is everything.

immaterially

adverbio
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • It can be manipulated as a form of cultural authenticity working materially through both artefacts and their documentation, and immaterially through their connection to local practices.
  • Your Honours, that is enough, we hope, to illustrate that 11A and 30B cannot be regarded as immaterially different; they are materially different.
  • However, I think the fact that I was teaching aikido was contributing greatly to my company, and also in a broader sense both materially and immaterially to my country.

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