moot

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الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
To discuss or debate
Subject to discussion (originally at a [[#Noun|moot]]); arguable, debatable, unsolved or impossible to solve

he uncertain, unsettled condition of this science of Cetology is in the very vestibule attested by the fact, that in some quarters it still remains a moot point whether a whale be a fish.

To bring up as a subject for debate, to propose
A gathering of Rovers (18 - 26 year-old Scouts). Usually a camp lasting 2 weeks
A system of arbitration in many areas of Africa in which the primary goal is to settle a dispute and reintegrate adversaries into society rather than assess penalties
A moot court
To make or declare irrelevant
A social gathering of pagans, normally held in a public house
An assembly (usually for decision making in a locality)
Vagina
Being an exercise of thought; academic

Walter Crane and Lewis F. Day (1903) Moot Points: Friendly Disputes on Art and Industry Between Walter Crane and Lewis F. Day.

Having no practical impact or relevance

The question in our own time is moot, since various considerations have made it certain that, of all the hazards presented by biblical translation, a dangerous excess of beauty is not one of them.

{v} to exercise in law-pleadings, to argue
A moot case or a moot point is one not subject to a judicial determination because it involves an abstract question or a pretended controversy that has not yet actually arisen or has already passed Mootness usually refers to a court's refusal to consider a case because the issue involved has been resolved prior to the court's decision, leaving nothing that would be affected by the court's decision
To argue for and against; to debate; to discuss; to propose for discussion
A mock legal debate, wherein law students act as opposing counsel in a fictional case as a method of learning or for competition
If something is a moot point or question, people cannot agree about it. How long he'll be able to do so is a moot point. be mooted to be suggested for people to consider
To argue or plead in a supposed case
The baronial monthly business meeting, which is the boring but necessary part of the SCA At this meeting, we talk about upcoming local activities like fighter practices, demos, classes, and events; fund-raising projects; updates from the officers; and other matters related to running the barony Even though it's somewhat boring, and a good bit puzzling to newcomers, this is the best place to meet the people of the barony and find out what's going on See the Moot page for more information
{f} argue a hypothetical case; pose for discussion; make irrelevant
Having no practical importance; academic
Unsettled; undecided; not necessary to be decided A moot point is one not settled by judicial decisions
a hypothetical case that law students argue as an exercise; "he organized the weekly moot"
Subject, or open, to argument or discussion; undecided; debatable; mooted
See 1st Mot
a meeting of the people of a village or district, in Anglo-Saxon times, for the discussion and settlement of matters of common interest; usually in composition; as, folk- moot
Subject to discussion (originally at a moot); arguable, debatable, not settled
A meeting for discussion and deliberation; esp
a hypothetical case that law students argue as an exercise; "he organized the weekly moot" of no legal significance (as having been previously decided)
think about carefully; weigh; "They considered the possibility of a strike"; "Turn the proposal over in your mind"
A case is moot when a determination sought on a matter cannot have any practical effect on the existing controversy
A discussion or debate; especially, a discussion of fictitious causes by way of practice
{s} subject to argument or discussion; hypothetical, speculative; irrelevant because of a previous ruling; made abstractacademic
A proceeding which seeks a judgment or ruling on a dispute which does not actually exist For example, when one party brings a motion to compel the other to answer interrogatories and the other has already answered, the motion is moot
If a plan, idea, or subject is mooted, it is suggested or introduced for discussion. Plans have been mooted for a 450,000-strong Ukrainian army = propose, put forward
A point or question open to debate, usually having no practical significance or relevance A moot point is one not capable of being resolved by a judge; not disputed by either party, or one resolved out of court
Unsettled or undecided
A moot case or a moot point is one not subject to a judicial determination because it involves an abstract question or a controversy that has not yet actually arisen or has already passed Mootness usually refers to a court's refusal to consider a case because the issue involved has been resolved prior to the court's decision, leaving nothing that would be affected by the court's decision
A ring for gauging wooden pins
Specifically: To discuss by way of exercise; to argue for practice; to propound and discuss in a mock court
{i} public discussion, debate, argument of a hypothetical case
open to argument or debate; "that is a moot question"
A point or question related to a legal case that usually has no practical importance or relevance to the case   A moot point is a point that can't be resolved by the judge, is not disputed by either side, or is resolved out of court
Not subject to a court ruling because the controversy has not actually arisen, or has ended
of no legal significance (as having been previously decided)
moot court
A law school organization which organizes such competitions and prepares competitors
moot court
In law school, an activity wherein students compete by making arguments with respect to a hypothetical case, or a case that has already been decided by an actual court
moot courts
plural form of moot court
moot point
An issue regarded as potentially debatable, but no longer practically applicable. Although the idea may still be worth debating and exploring academically, and such discussion may be useful for addressing similar issues in the future, the idea has been rendered irrelevant for the present issue

Until we rebuild downtown, whether we build more parking spaces is a moot point.

moot point
An issue that is subject to, or open for discussion or debate; originally, one to be definitively determined by an assembly of the people

Exactly which of the songs on Small Change originated in London is a moot point.

moot points
plural form of moot point
moot court
(Kanun) A mock court where hypothetical cases are tried for the training of law students
moot case
hypothetical case, fictitious legal case used as practice for law students
moot court
A mock court where hypothetical cases are tried for the training of law students. a court in which law students practise holding trials
moot court
a mock court where law students argue hypothetical cases
moot point
point which is debatable, subject which is open for discussion
mooted
Simple past tense and past participle of moot
mooted
Made, or proven to be, moot
mooting
present participle of moot
moots
third-person singular of moot
moots
plural of , moot
moot
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