English version

be a question of something

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbe a question of somethingbe a question of somethingMAINused to say what the most important fact, part, or feature of something is Dance is a question of control and creative expression. I would love to come, but it’s a question of time. question
Examples from the Corpus
be a question of somethingIt is a question of character.It is a question of whether they are good at managing.It is a question of which side of the river you take - the Maidenhead or the Buckinghamshire side.It was a question of buying or not buying a locomotive.It was a question of the light.For Christians its precise location was a question of supreme importance; but they had no criteria for answering it.It may not be a question of free will.This is a question of people's personal decisions.More train stations will be approved, it's just a question of when and where.
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