- n. 大会；讨论会；辩论会
- adj. 未决议的；抽象论的
- v. 使成为无实用性的东西
a hypothetical case that law students argue as an exercise;
"he organized the weekly moot"
of no legal significance (as having been previously decided)
open to argument or debate;
"that is a moot question"
think about carefully; weigh;
"They considered the possibility of a strike"
"Turn the proposal over in your mind"
- It's a moot point whether men or women are better drivers.
- The question was first mooted many years ago.
The point was very moot, and for a moment he hesitated.出自： P. G. Wodehouse
Whether he could have bitten us successfully..was rather a moot point.出自： G. Durrell
Wright Morris's About Fiction tackles this moot subject with the..resistant prose of his own fiction.出自： J. Updike
Ideas about the possibility of a Zionist state were beginning to be mooted.出自： J. N. Isbister
As the months went by..the mooted job..receded even further into improbability.出自： J. F. Lehmann