English - Vietnamese Dictionary
relevant /'relivənt/Concise Dictionary
- tính từ
- thích đang, thích hợp; xác đáng
- the relevant documents: những tài liệu thích hợp (cho vấn đề gì)
+having a bearing on or connection with the subject at issue
Advanced English Dictionary
pertinent, appropriate, apt, related, relative, significant, suited, applicable, fitting, proper, germane, akin, allied, associated, apposite, to the point:
Alan's suggestion is not strictly relevant to our plans.
1 closely connected with the subject you are discussing or the situation you are thinking about: a relevant suggestion / question / point + These comments are not directly relevant to this enquiry. + Do you have the relevant experience? + Send me all the relevant information.Collocation Dictionary
2 having ideas that are valuable and useful to people in their lives and work: Her novel is still relevant today. + How relevant is religious education to most children?
relevance noun [U]: I don't see the relevance of your question. + What he said has no direct relevance to the matter in hand. + a classic play of contemporary relevance
relevantly adverb: The applicant has experience in teaching and, more relevantly, in industry.
be, seem | become | consider sth, deem sth, regard sth as, see sth as
especially, extremely, highly, particularly, specially, very | barely, hardly, not really, scarcely
Past imperial glories are hardly relevant to the present day.
| (only) marginally, partially | not necessarily, not strictly
Resist the temptation to discuss topics that are not strictly relevant to the essay question.
| directly | only indirectly | immediately | no longer | potentially | apparently | clearly, obviously | universally | morally, politically, socially
Is there a morally relevant difference between human life and animal life?
vocationally relevant qualifications
information relevant to this case
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