Definition of 'irrelevant'
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His argument ran that the fact is irrelevant to the series ahead. Times, Sunday Times (2017)They got three of their own, but they were largely irrelevant. Times, Sunday Times (2016) Old fences, irrelevant sheds and structures, too. Times, Sunday Times (2017)No matter how anodyne, fatuous, sensible or irrelevant. Times, Sunday Times (2017)But the facts of the case were irrelevant. Total Customer Service (The Ultimate Weapon) (1990)The pool is largely irrelevant for us. Times, Sunday Times (2009)They have set such irrelevant matters aside. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Tributes to the deceased are not evidence in the case and they are completely irrelevant. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Universities have already become as irrelevant as libraries. Times, Sunday Times (2013)When you are out of power your promise of new politics is irrelevant. Times, Sunday Times (2014)This kind of cricket is totally irrelevant to that which the rest of the world plays. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Those things are almost irrelevant in the urban context as far as their success. Christianity Today (2000)The issue of sovereignty would be seen by that generation as largely irrelevant. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Interesting in a society where the royal family is seen as increasingly irrelevant. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Most of the polls say it is completely irrelevant. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Numbers tend to become irrelevant when history is made. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Her loss is something all of us must feel and our politics is irrelevant. The Sun (2016)The prices are now totally irrelevant and fashions in antiques do change. Times, Sunday Times (2013)They ask questions of stories that are almost irrelevant. Times, Sunday Times (2008)But it is largely irrelevant to sport. Times, Sunday Times (2010)And in any case it is increasingly irrelevant. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Old arguments between left and right are irrelevant: what matters is what works. Times, Sunday Times (2012)In a legal context, wider matters are irrelevant. Times, Sunday Times (2012)The subsidies given to farmers is a different subject for argument and is irrelevant to the case for or against release of the green belt. Times, Sunday Times (2012)But to him that was irrelevant; in fact, he was doing the guy a favour. Times, Sunday Times (2006)All this was irrelevant to the case,' said a friend. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Why should old, irrelevant, embarrassing stuff come up on a search engine if anyone enters your name? Times, Sunday Times (2014)
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Translations for 'irrelevant'
British English: irrelevant /ɪˈrɛləvənt/ ADJECTIVE
If you say that something is irrelevant, you mean that it is not important to or not connected with the present situation or discussion.
He either ignored questions or gave irrelevant answers.
- American English: irrelevant
- Arabic: غَيْرُ مُتَّصِلٌ بِالـمَوْضُوعِ
- Brazilian Portuguese: irrelevante
- Chinese: 不相关的
- Croatian: nevažan
- Czech: irelevantní
- Danish: irrelevant
- Dutch: irrelevant
- European Spanish: irrelevante
- Finnish: epäolennainen
- French: hors de propos
- German: irrelevant
- Greek: άσχετος
- Italian: irrilevante
- Japanese: 無関係な
- Korean: 관계가 없는
- Norwegian: irrelevant
- Polish: nieistotny
- European Portuguese: irrelevante
- Romanian: irelevant
- Russian: неуместный
- Spanish: irrelevante
- Swedish: irrelevant
- Thai: ไม่เกี่ยวข้องกัน
- Turkish: alakasız
- Ukrainian: недоречний
- Vietnamese: không liên quan
Definition of irrelevant from the Collins English Dictionary
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