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Relevent vs. Relevant

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Releventadjective

misspelling of relevant

Relevantadjective

Directly related, connected, or pertinent to a topic.

‘His mother provided some relevant background information concerning his medical condition.’;

Relevantadjective

Not out of date; current.

Relevantadjective

Relieving; lending aid or support.

Relevantadjective

Bearing upon, or properly applying to, the case in hand; pertinent; applicable.

‘Close and relevant arguments have very little hold on the passions.’;

Relevantadjective

Sufficient to support the cause.

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Relevantadjective

having a bearing on or connection with the subject at issue;

‘the scientist corresponds with colleagues in order to learn about matters relevant to her own research’;

Relevantadjective

having crucial relevance;

‘crucial to the case’; ‘relevant testimony’;

Relevantadjective

closely connected or appropriate to what is being done or considered

‘the candidate's experience is relevant to the job’; ‘what small companies need is relevant advice’;

Relevantadjective

appropriate to the current time, period, or circumstances; of contemporary interest

‘critics may find themselves unable to stay relevant in a changing world’; ‘her films are relevant for feminists today’;

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