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  1. moot

    • IPA[mo͞ot]

    美式

    • adj.
      subject to debate, dispute, or uncertainty;having little or no practical relevance, typically because the subject is too uncertain to allow a decision
    • v.
      raise (a question or topic) for discussion; suggest (an idea or possibility)
    • n.
      an assembly held for debate, especially in Anglo-Saxon and medieval times.;a regular gathering of people having a common interest.
    • noun: moot, plural noun: moots

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    形容詞

    • 1. subject to debate, dispute, or uncertainty whether they had been successful or not was a moot point it is a moot point whether such a controversial scheme would have succeeded
    • 2. having little or no practical relevance, typically because the subject is too uncertain to allow a decision the whole matter is becoming increasingly moot

    動詞

    • 1. raise (a question or topic) for discussion; suggest (an idea or possibility) Sylvia needed a vacation, and a trip to Ireland had been mooted

    名詞

    • 1. historical an assembly held for debate, especially in Anglo-Saxon and medieval times.
    • a regular gathering of people having a common interest.
    • 2. a mock trial set up to examine a hypothetical case as an academic exercise the object of a moot is to provide practice in developing an argument
    • n.
      a mock court at which law students argue imaginary cases for practice.

    Oxford Dictionary

    • n.
      a mock court at which law students argue imaginary cases for practice.

    Oxford American Dictionary

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    • IPA[muːt]

    英式

    • adj.
      subject to debate, dispute, or uncertainty: whether they had been successful or not was a moot point it is a moot point whether such a controversial scheme would have succeeded
    • v.
      raise (a question or topic) for discussion; suggest (an idea or possibility): the scheme was first mooted last October
    • n.
      an assembly held for debate, especially in Anglo-Saxon and medieval times.

    Oxford Dictionary