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An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
1. (general)
a. apropiado
That discussion could be an apposite starting point for our session.Ese debate podría ser un punto de partida apropiado para nuestra sesión.
b. pertinente
Your previous remark seems apposite to this issue too.Su comentario anterior parece pertinente a esta cuestión también.
c. oportuno
I find your consideration apposite to the situation we are living.Encuentro su consideración oportuna en relación con la situación que vivimos.
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apposite [ˈæpəzɪt]
apropiado;to para
The events of recent days have made his central theme even more apposite I feel this argument may be even more apposite today than it was in 1979 She thought in both languages, and selected the most apposite phrase from either This is sound advice, particularly apposite to the part of Scotland in which I was raised
Collins Complete Spanish Electronic Dictionary © HarperCollins Publishers 2011
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