- Directly related, connected, or pertinent to a topic.
- His mother provided some background information concerning his medical condition.
Etymology: 16th Century, from Medieval Latin relevans, from Latin relevÄre, from re + lentÄre to raise, relieve.
- Dutch: relevant
- German, relevant
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