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- irrespective of, regardless of, in spite of
- She'll never catch up with them, no matter how hard she works.
- 2011 December 15, Marc Higginson, “Shamrock Rovers 0 - 4 Tottenham”, BBC Sport:
- The result in Greece meant Tottenham could not progress, no matter how many goals they scored against Rovers but, after making nine changes to his starting line-up, Harry Redknapp will be pleased with the performance of his fringe players.
- it doesn't matter, it's unimportant, it doesn't make any difference
- It seems that Dough's coat has gone missing. Oh well no matter, we can always buy a new one, now can't we?
- Did you fail your exam? - Yes, but no matter. I'll just study harder next time.
- (irrespective of, in spite of): regardless