An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
1. (general)
a. pertinente
You only need to bring a copy of the documents that are relevant to this assignment.Solo tienes que traer una copia de los documentos pertinentes para esta tarea.
b. relevante
At the library, you will find all the relevant information for your research.En la biblioteca, encontrarás toda la información relevante para tu investigación.
c. vigente (after a long time)
Adam Smith's ideas are still relevant today.Las ideas de Adam Smith siguen vigentes hoy en día.
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In your résumé you should only include the experience relevant to the position you are applying to.En tu currículum solo deberías incluir la experiencia que tiene que ver con el puesto que solicitas.
The fact that we're not married is not relevant.El hecho de que no estemos casados no viene al caso.
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An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
1. (general)
a. pertinente
that's not relevanteso no viene al caso
the relevant chapterslos capítulos correspondientes
the relevant factslos hechos que vienen al caso
the relevant authoritiesla autoridad competente
her ideas are still relevant todaysus ideas siguen teniendo vigencia
relevant [ˈreləvənt]
[+information, facts, document, page] pertinente
her remarks were not relevant
they had all the relevant information at their disposal tenían toda la información pertinente a su disposición; Shakespeare's plays are still relevant today las obras de Shakespeare tienen aún trascendencia hoy en día; he talked to the relevant officials to see what could be done habló con los oficiales competentes para ver qué se podía hacer; applicants need a year's relevant experience los solicitantes necesitan tener un año de experiencia en el campo
we have all the relevant data
relevant to: details relevant to this affair detalles relacionados con or concernientes a este asunto; information which may be relevant to this case información que puede ser relevante para este caso; that's not relevant to the case eso no viene al caso; your question is not relevant to the issues we're discussing tu pregunta no guarda relación con lo que estamos discutiendo
the question of independence now is simply not relevant that is not relevant The data in this report is relevant to a number of current issues Is socialism still relevant to people's lives? What qualifications do you have that are relevant to the post? Our laws were made 50 years ago, and they are not relevant to today's society It will be easier to consider the matter if we first set out the relevant facts
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