Expression of the week: no matter what


“No matter what” (from “no matter what happens”)

Equivalent in Portuguese: “De qualquer maneira”.

Sample sentences:

“We have to land no matter what. We’re running out of fuel”.

“That passenger is endangering the flight. He should be stopped no matter what.”

Can you come up with more examples? Try!

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