Idiom:  no matter (what/how/where)


Idiom:  no matter (what/how/where, etc)

  • in any situation
  • regardless of what happens
  • although some situation may happen, another situation will remain true

Example sentences

  • I will be there on Sunday no matter what the weather.
  • I can depend on my assistant to complete anything I give her, no matter how difficult the assignment.
  • No matter how many times I ask my team to call when they are late, only a few people actually contact me.
  • We're with you no matter if you win or lose.
  • I'm lucky because my parents support me no matter what.
  • Don't drink and drive. If you need a ride, call me no matter what time it is.
  • No matter what you say, I'm still marrying Daniel.
  • Sorry, but no matter how much you beg, we're not getting you an iPhone for Christmas.
  • No matter how many times Sheila apologizes, I'll never get back together with her.
  • This hotel rocks. No matter where you are there's an excellent WiFi signal.


  • even if

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