irrelevantly


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ir·rel·e·vant

 (ĭ-rĕl′ə-vənt)
adj.
Unrelated to the matter being considered.

ir·rel′e·vant·ly adv.
Synonyms: irrelevant, extraneous, immaterial, impertinent
These adjectives mean not pertinent to the subject under consideration: ignored irrelevant comments during the discussion; a question extraneous to the topic of the presentation; an objection that was declared to be immaterial to the case; deleted the impertinent facts from the report.
Antonym: relevant
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.irrelevantly - in an irrelevant manner; "suddenly and irrelevantly, she asked him for money"
relevantly - with relevance
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Translations
بصورةٍ خارجَةٍ عن المَوضوع
nemístně
irrelevant
nem odaillő módon
á óviîkomandi hátt
nepodstatne
ilgisiz bir şekilde

irrelevantly

[ɪˈreləvəntlɪ] ADV [say, think] (with past tense) → sin que viniera al caso
Collins Spanish Dictionary - Complete and Unabridged 8th Edition 2005 © William Collins Sons & Co. Ltd. 1971, 1988 © HarperCollins Publishers 1992, 1993, 1996, 1997, 2000, 2003, 2005

irrelevantly

[ɪˈrɛlɪvəntli] adv [say, think] → sans raison
She would have hated the suit, I thought irrelevantly → Elle aurait détesté ce costume, pensai-je sans raison.
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irrelevantly

advbelanglos; …, he said irrelevantly…, sagte er, obwohl das gar nicht zur Sache gehörte; he rambled on irrelevantlyer schwafelte irrelevantes or belangloses Zeug
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irrelevant

(iˈrelivənt) adjective
not connected with the subject that is being discussed etc. irrelevant comments.
irˈrelevantly adverb
irˈrelevance noun
irˈrelevancy noun
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References in classic literature ?
"Do you know Mademoiselle Reisz?" she asked irrelevantly.
"I'm my own contractor, my own carpenter, and my own bricklayer, and I shall be sixty-seven come Michaelmas," he added, by no means irrelevantly.
"There's the Nongassla coming in around the point with her boats out," Sheldon remarked irrelevantly. "And the Commissioner is on board.
Irrelevantly, insistently, scores of times, he wondered when they would come on and what they looked like.
"Not yet," replied Jane, and then, quite irrelevantly, "I wish England were a million miles from here."
Quite irrelevantly the idea suggested itself of buying a share in the Klondike town site from Harper and Joe Ladue.
And then he added quite suddenly and irrelevantly:, `You know Giles is back from Australia?'"
"Why have you followed me into this frightful country?" she asked irrelevantly.
"Something's the matter with God," he remarked irrelevantly, "to be letting you around loose.
I shan't forget that bit in a 'urry," said Bert irrelevantly.
Her eyes wandered about the table, and she remarked irrelevantly, "The poor little Queen of Holland!
Wouldn't it?' I remarked irrelevantly, 'Do you remember the rats?'