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no matter that

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishno matter thatno matter thatUNIMPORTANTused to say that something is not important and will not affect a situation I would always be an outsider here – no matter that I spoke fluent Spanish. matter
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no matter thatYes, cooking, no matter that what I smelled cooking was scarcer by far than bread.
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