relevant

Word of the Day

relevant
Pronunciation /ˈrɛləv(ə)nt/
adjective
1 Closely connected or appropriate to what is being done or considered.
1.1 Appropriate to the current time, period, or circumstances; of contemporary interest.

Origin
Early 16th century (as a Scots legal term meaning ‘legally pertinent’): from medieval Latin relevant- ‘raising up’, from Latin relevare.

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I suppose it is irrelevant that relevant has not been a word of focus but germane has been. Words used are theoretically random. It is a notably loose theory, of course, with the heavy thumb of the present presenter routinely in play.

Today’s pizza image is probably irrelevant, too.

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