English translation of 'pertinent'
Example Sentences Including 'pertinent'
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Cela montre que le dispositif est pertinent, à la fois en termes d'information et de dissuasion.Le Monde (2000)
Celle qui nous ferait prendre conscience de nos goûts olfactifs et avec qui nous aurions un dialogue plus pertinent, plus exigeant.Marie Claire
L'objectif n'est pas seulement noble, il est surtout pertinent.Le Nouvel Observateur (2003)
Le polar, s'il faut évoquer un genre, serait plus pertinent.Le Monde (1999)
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'pertinent' in Other Languages
British English: relevant /ˈrɛlɪvənt/ ADJECTIVE
If something is relevant to a situation or person, it is important or significant in that situation or to that person.
Don't worry about last year. It's what happens today that is really relevant.
- American English: relevant
- Arabic: وَثِيقُ الصِّلَة بِ
- Brazilian Portuguese: relevante
- Chinese: 有关的
- Croatian: relevantan
- Czech: relevantní
- Danish: relevant
- Dutch: relevant
- European Spanish: pertinente
- Finnish: asiaan liittyvä
- French: pertinent
- German: relevant
- Greek: συναφής
- Italian: pertinente
- Japanese: 関連する
- Korean: 관계가 있는
- Norwegian: relevant
- Polish: odnośny
- European Portuguese: relevante
- Romanian: relevant
- Russian: уместный
- Spanish: pertinente
- Swedish: relevant
- Thai: สำคัญ
- Turkish: ilişkin
- Ukrainian: доречний
- Vietnamese: có liên quan
British English: pertinent ADJECTIVE
Something that is pertinent is relevant to a particular subject.
She had asked some pertinent questions.
Translation of pertinent from the Collins French to English
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