material

All Noun
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  • Info Material is a broad term for the (chemical) substance, or a mixture of substances that constitute a thing.
  • As a result, they may keep on learning new material throughout their career.
  • During the remaining hours it was off air, it showed pre-recorded material.
  • The result of that effort was two new materials, one brown and one green.
  • No one can really hurt them, because they have no more material body.
  • A research library is a collection of materials on one or more subjects.
  • Studies however show that what is the most important is the surface area of the materials used.
  • Broadcasting live as well as pre-recorded material to the local community and beyond.
  • For each performance, the band drew material from an active list of a hundred or so songs.
  • He also stated that material should be relative to the student's own experience.
  • The new material was just waiting to be played live.
  • This type of wall uses much less material than a traditional gravity wall.
  • He believed that liberal arts material was important in teacher education.
  • Hence, there is lot of science to be discovered when working with materials.
  • Since his early childhood he spent his free time by drawing on any material he could find.
  • They have also adopted new materials and methods for their art.
  • In most of these uses, wood has now been replaced by metal or other man-made materials.
  • A small amount of material is released onto a surface, leaving a visible mark.
  • This was mostly to make the best possible use of what few natural materials they had available to them.
  • Within days, police were involved and bomb-making materials were found at his home.
  • The latter is rough-looking material and remains of the original plant are still visible.
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Meaning of material

  • noun The tangible substance that goes into the makeup of a physical object
    coal is a hard black material, wheat is the stuff they use to make bread
  • noun Information (data or ideas or observations) that can be used or reworked into a finished form
    the archives provided rich material for a definitive biography
  • noun Things needed for doing or making something
    writing materials, useful teaching materials
  • noun A person judged suitable for admission or employment
    he was university material, she was vice-presidential material
  • adjective Derived from or composed of matter
    the material universe
  • adjective Directly relevant to a matter especially a law case
    his support made a material difference, evidence material to the issue at hand, facts likely to influence the judgment are called material facts, a material witness