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Teachers feel this is a matter for discussion with parents.
an extremely important matter
You look sad. What's the matter?
What's the matter with the car?
I think there's something the matter with the printer.
There's nothing the matter with you – you're just tired.
Her angry attitude didn't improve matters.
The parcel arrived late and, to make matters worse, it wasn't what we had ordered.
You can improve the soil by adding composted organic matter.
You should check all your work as a matter of course.
The new law should be introduced as a matter of urgency.
He doesn't like young women, or any women for that matter.
There's still the small matter of my bonus to discuss.
The peace process is a matter of life or death in some regions.
Art is very much a matter of taste.
No matter how much you protect your children, they will still make mistakes.
No matter where I am, I'm always thinking of you.