for that matter

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for that matter (not comparable)

  1. (idiomatic) as far as that is concerned

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This idiomatic expression is often used to introduce something further on the topic ("matter"), a new aspect of the topic, or even a new topic which deserves mention once the original topic is brought up. I didn't do it. For that matter, I didn't even know that it happened.

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