Definition of relevent
1. relevant [ a ] having a bearing on or connection with the subject at issue
Examples: "the scientist corresponds with colleagues in order to learn about matters relevant to her own research"
(Howard Nemerov, "Themes and Methods: The Early...)
This is simple enough , but several more points of interest may be mentioned as relevant .
(Max F. Millikan and Donald L. M. Blackmer,...)
Thus , although the agenda of external assistance in the economic sphere are cumulative , and many_of the policies suggested for nations in the earlier stages remain relevant , the basic purpose of American economic_policy during the later stages of development should be to assure that movement into a stage of self-sustaining growth is not prevented by lack of foreign_exchange .
(Brand Blanshard, "The Emotive Theory," Robert...)
If anyone asked us , after we made the remark that the suffering was a bad thing , whether we should think it relevant to what we said to learn that the incident had never occurred and no pain had been suffered at_all , we should say that it made all the difference in_the_world , that what we were asserting to be bad was precisely the suffering we thought had occurred back there , that if this had not occurred , there was nothing left to be bad , and that our assertion was in that case mistaken .Synonyms relevant Related Terms irrelevant applicable pertinent at_issue germane
2. relevant [ a ] having crucial relevance
Examples: "crucial to the case" "relevant testimony"
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