The Meaning of RELEVANT – RELEVANT in a Sentence

The Meaning of RELEVANT – RELEVANT in a Sentence

The video demonstrates the meaning and definition of ‘RELEVANT’. The way to pronounce RELEVANT is explained, dividing the word into syllables.

Also, a clipart image illustrates the main definition. This is followed by an illustrated sentence example.

The picture with a sentence example is a great way to memorize the meaning and definition of RELEVANT. Now it’s time to start using this word in your everyday vocabulary.

Here is a transcript of the video: What is the Meaning and Definition of RELEVANT?

Slide 2: RELEVANT:

Emphasize the first syllable, it’s pronounced REL◦uh◦vunt

something that is appropriate or related to the subject being considered

The clipart shows a jigsaw piece being joined to another

Slide 3:
The picture shows the 42nd U.S. President, Bill Clinton, with White House intern, Monica Lewinsky.

Sentence example: Some politicians insist their personal life is not relevant to their public office.

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The full course includes another 4 illustrated sentence examples for the word ‘RELEVANT’ plus these words . . .

Slide 5: Empower your vocabulary with these 25 words:

  • affable
  • aggressive
  • arduous
  • bent
  • biased
  • conventional
  • delinquent
  • detrimental
  • erroneous
  • expendable
  • extraordinary
  • fragile
  • gradual
  • gracious
  • hospitable
  • impressive
  • impulsive
  • relevant
  • remiss
  • ridiculous
  • squalid
  • supercilious
  • suspicious
  • sympathetic
  • wooden

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More examples to make the meaning of RELEVANT clear:

“We will continue to work with relevant organisations, including Lupus UK and Cymru Versus Arthritis, to improve treatment for people affected.”
Source: BBC

The conservative Republican from Casper filed relevant paperwork on Monday with the Federal Elections Commission.
Source: Washington Times

“The relevant documents in this case do not show that the previous conviction at issue necessarily was for a crime involving moral turpitude,” Breyer wrote.
Source: Seattle Times

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