Definition of 'immaterial'
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She was the only person, in any case, that he had to say goodbye to -- the rest was immaterial, of no importance whatsoever. THE OPEN DOOR (2002)Perhaps the attendant dangers of living here are immaterial, given the hipness of the milieu. LOVE YOU MADLY (2002)Whether they found it on him, or when they searched his premises is immaterial. A WORM OF DOUBT (2002)
"That is irrelevant and immaterial and none of your business, Miss Minton. LORD OF THE SILENT (2002)
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Translations for 'immaterial'
British English: immaterial ADJECTIVE
If you say that something is immaterial, you mean that it is not important or not relevant.
Whether we like him or not is immaterial.
Definition of immaterial from the Collins English Dictionary
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