English translation of 'irrelevante'
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'irrelevante' in Other Languages
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
British English: immaterial ADJECTIVE
If you say that something is immaterial, you mean that it is not important or not relevant.
Whether we like him or not is immaterial.
Translation of irrelevante from the Collins Portuguese to English Dictionary
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