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Definition of moot adjective from the Oxford Advanced American Dictionary



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  • unlikely to happen and therefore not worth considering He argued that the issue had become moot since the board had changed its policy.
  • Idioms
    a moot point/question
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    a matter about which there may be disagreement or confusion Whether this should be enforced by law or not is a moot point.
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