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Irrelevant 1100 Words You Need Week 18 Day

Published on April 4th, 2020 | Last updated on April 4th, 2020 by | Category: 1100 Words You Need to Know Flashcards, English Vocabulary in Context | No Comments on Irrelevant 1100 Words You Need Week 18 Day | 110 Views | Reading Time: 2 minutes

Irrelevant 1100 Words You Need

Irrelevant 1100 Words You Need

/ɪˈrel.ɪ.vənt/ (adj)

not related to what is being discussed, unrelated, unimportant, impertinent, inappropriate, neither here nor there, beside the point, extraneous, incongruous, inapt:

‘What’ is about the subject of your question. Figure out what you really need to know, and your question will be more incisive. It will impress the recipient and get you the information you need. But be sure to get the ‘When’ right, too – asking an irrelevant question during a high-pressure situation is not likely to get you a good answer or any brownie points with your colleagues.

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All that I’m suggesting is that people looking to leverage video actually ‘try’ to present well, and make an effort to craft their content with their audience in mind. There’s alot of chatter these days about video quality being somewhat irrelevant, and I’d like to get beyond that.

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Antonym: relevant, germane

Noun: irrelevance, irrelevancy

Adverb: irrelevantly

Farsi: نامربوط، بی ربط

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