It's a question of - Idioms by The Free Dictionary
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it's a question of (something)
It is a matter of something; it is actually or ultimately about something. If it's a question of money, rest assured that our firm is willing to pay you whatever you ask for the service. It isn't about how this might help my career. It's a question of morals.
question of something
a matter of something; a problem of something. It's not a matter of not wanting to go to the opera. It's a question of money.
it’s (just, etc.) a ˈquestion of something it concerns something; it is really about something: It’s not a question of money; it’s much more a question of principle. ♢ If it’s a question of paying you a bit more, then I think we can consider that.
References in classic literature
"You must understand that it's a question of
life and death for me.
"It's a question of
going out and winning the game.