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I was reading an article on the internet and encountered a phrase like so:

to your suffering

The full sentence is:

Space is indifferent to your suffering.

I wonder what does "to your suffering" mean? It would be great if anyone can explain it.

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    It doesn't say "to your suffering" - it says "indifferent to your suffering". And it is explained in the immediately following sentence: it does not care if you suffer. – michael.hor257k Aug 14 '17 at 18:43
  • It helped me a lot – Çağan Kuyucu Aug 15 '17 at 8:49
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The expression is 'be indifferent to' and can be followed by a noun or a gerund, so "Space is indifferent to your suffering." or "He is indifferent to your health." It means "not concerned by".

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