An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
1. (having a connection)
a. relevant
No incluyas citas en el texto si no son pertinentes a lo que estás exponiendo.Don't include quotes in the text if they aren't relevant to what you're expounding.
b. pertinent
Uno de los factores más importantes en la investigación científica es la formulación de preguntas pertinentes.One of the most important factors in scientific research is to formulate pertinent questions.
2. (adequate)
a. appropriate
El gobierno debe iniciar las acciones pertinentes para evitar que se sigan destruyendo los parques de la ciudad.The government must take appropriate action to avoid the ongoing destruction of the city's parks.
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An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
1. (adecuado)
a. appropriate
se tomarán las medidas pertinentesthe appropriate measures will be taken
si lo consideras pertinente, llámaletelephone him if you think it's necessary
2. (relativo)
a. relevant, pertinent
ya he enviado todos los documentos pertinentes a la becaI have already sent off all the forms relating to the grant
1 (relevante) relevant; pertinent; (adecuado) appropriate
no es pertinente hacerlo ahora this is not the appropriate time to do it
pertinente a concerning; en lo pertinente a libros as regards books; as far as books are concerned
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