US: /ˈɹɛɫəvəns/
UK: /ɹˈɛlɪvəns/

English Vietnamese dictionary

relevance /'relivəns/ (relevancy) /'relivənsi/
  • danh từ
    • sự thích đáng, sự thích hợp; sự xác đáng

Thesaurus dictionary

relevancy, appropriateness, aptness, pertinence, bearing, connection, affinity, tie-in, relation, significance, suitability, suitableness, applicability, application, applicableness:
What you just said has no relevance whatsoever to the issue under discussion.

Collocation dictionary


considerable, great, wider | limited, marginal | doubtful, dubious | equal | direct, immediate | continued/continuing | declining | obvious | real | possible, potential | general | particular, special | contemporary
He claims that the laws are antiquated and have no contemporary relevance.
| practical | political


be/remain of
The book is of particular relevance to student nurses.
| bear, have
The theory bears little relevance to practice.
| lack, lose
Her ideas have lost all relevance to the modern world.
| ensure
Constant revision of the curriculum must be undertaken to ensure its continuing relevance.
| increase | see | demonstrate, establish
Skim the book in order to establish its relevance to your needs.
| assess, consider, examine, explore, judge | question


~ for/to
I can't see the relevance of his comment to the debate.

Concise English dictionary

+the relation of something to the matter at hand