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1. Having a bearing on or connection with the matter at hand.
2. Meaningful or purposeful in current society or culture: thought that the traditional male role of breadwinner was no longer relevant.

[Medieval Latin relevāns, relevant-, from Latin, present participle of relevāre, to relieve, raise up; see relieve.]

rel′e·vance (-vəns) n.
rel′e·vant·ly adv.
Synonyms: relevant, apropos, germane, material, pertinent
These adjectives describe what relates to and has a direct bearing on the matter at hand: researched websites relevant to her course of study; an apropos response that concisely answered my question; comments that were germane to the topic of discussion; reiterated the material facts of the lawsuit; assigned pertinent articles for the class to read.
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.relevantly - with relevance
irrelevantly - in an irrelevant manner; "suddenly and irrelevantly, she asked him for money"
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References in classic literature ?
An instrument is "reliable" with respect to a given set of stimuli when to stimuli which are not relevantly different it gives always responses which are not relevantly different.
An instrument is a "measure" of a set of stimuli which are serially ordered when its responses, in all cases where they are relevantly different, are arranged in a series in the same order.
That way we shall be saying there is no God- nothing!" shouted Nicholas, banging the table- very little to the point as it seemed to his listeners, but quite relevantly to the course of his own thoughts.
"As a measure to empower persons with a disability, it was also decided to check if they carry epic cards, and to check if they have been tagged relevantly as per their disabilities and to take remedial measures wherever required," the statement said.
Most relevantly, government ministers laid out the achievements made with respect to minorities' rights and relations in their one year of government.
More relevantly for the UK economy, this could provide a boost of around PS20bn per annum if, instead of spending time doing little in their daily commute by car or train, they could be working remotely or at home instead.
This will be the pair's third meeting of the season, and encouragingly for Konta she has won both of the previous ones, in Brisbane to start the year and then, more relevantly, a few weeks ago on clay in Rome.
Since these transactions are relevantly modest in size and the fact that the company is increasing its ownership in assets that it already controls, Afarak does not expect the transactions to affect its financial performance in 2019.
Finally - and relevantly as the elections draw near - voter-blaming might discourage people from voting at all, fearing they would be blamed for their choices.
More relevantly, a recent Peshawar High Court judgment that set aside the convictions of more than 70 individuals tried in military courts has exposed the intrinsic and very serious problems of fairness, due process and justice itself in the operation of such courts.
But, more relevantly for the trip to Lokeren, Gent have an excellent record against teams beneath them in the league table, winning seven of their nine games and scoring 23 goals in those fixtures.