Meaning matter
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Is everything that occupies the space and it has mass
Nombuso - 13 September 2023

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The cortex of the brain, which contains nerve cell bodies. The gray matter is so named because it is darker than the white matter, the part of the brain that contains myelinated nerve fibers.
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The part of the brain that contains myelinated nerve fibers. The white matter is white because it is the color of myelin, the insulation that covers nerve fibers.
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Is the material (atoms and molecules) that constructs things on the Earth and in the Universe.
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Anything that takes up space and has mass.
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Matter is anything that has mass. Air, water, coffee, fire, human beings, and stars are matter. Light, X-rays, photons, gravitons, information, and love aren't matter.
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"to be of importance or consequence," 1580s, from matter (n.). Related: Mattered; mattering.
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c. 1200, materie, "subject of thought, speech, or expression," from Anglo-French matere, Old French matere "subject, theme, topic; substance, content, material; character, education&quo [..]
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Anything that has both mass and volume (i.e. takes up space). Matter is what atoms and molecules are made of, and it exists in four states or phases: solid, liquid, gas and plasma (although other phas [..]
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A word used to describe anything that contains mass.
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material that makes up a substance.
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a vaguely specified concern; "several matters to attend to"; "it is none of your affair"; "things are going well" count: h [..]
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of fact n. Something that has actual and undeniable existence or reality.
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A physical substance, having mass and occupying space. At its most basic level matter consists of fundamental particles such as electrons and quarks. Quarks are the fundamental building blocks of protons and neutrons which are the components of atomic nuclei.
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Traditionally refers to the substance that objects are made of.
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Anything that has mass and occupies space. maturation
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In printing, copy in the process of being set in type or already set (standing). Live matter has yet to be used in printing; dead matter has been used and is ready to be broken up. The terms fat matte [..]
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1 : a subject of consideration, disagreement, or litigation: as a : a legal case, dispute, or issue [a within the court's jurisdiction] often used in titles of legal proceedings [ of Doe] see als [..]
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Anything which has mass and occupies space.
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Matter is a general term for the “stuff” of which the world is made.
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Anything that has volume and mass.
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Any form which substance takes in the world of sense and objectivity.
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Any substance that has mass (weight) and occupies space. It exists in any of three forms including a solid, liquid or gas. Micelle
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Any object or material that has mass and takes up space.
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Anything that has the properties of mass and inertia.
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Anything that occupies space and has mass
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You can think of matter as being the "stuff" that everything is made from. Where there is something, there is matter. Otherwise, there is a vacuum.
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(physics) The basic structural component of the universe. Matter usually has mass and volume.
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(n) a vaguely specified concern(n) some situation or event that is thought about(n) that which has mass and occupies space(n) a problem(n) (used with negation) having consequence(n) written works (esp [..]
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Anything that has mass and takes up space (Lessons 5, 8, 24)
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Matter is a philosophical category denoting all that which exists outside of and independently of thought — objective reality. As a philosophical category, “matter” must be distinguished from any part [..]
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(n.) Stuff of which all materials are made; anything that has mass. As opposed to pure energy.
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Matter is anything which occupies space. There are three states of matter: solid, liquid and gas. It is made up of atoms.
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That which has mass and occupies space.
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anything that occupies space and has mass.
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A type of substance. For example, "plant matter" is material made of plants or plant parts.
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In Australian constitutional law, a question involving the conflicting claims of specific parties, to be settled by the determination of the court. Case, or parts of a case.
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Anything that has mass and occupies space.
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lang=en 1600s=1678 |1800s=1818
1843 * '''1678''' — . ''''. *: 'Well, yet I am not fully satisfied, That this your book will stand, when soundly tried.' Why, what's the matter? 'It is dark.' What [..]
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