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irrelative

Syllabification: ir·rel·a·tive
Pronunciation: /iˈrelətiv
 
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Definition of irrelative in English:

adjective

rare
1Unconnected; unrelated.
Example sentences
  • This algorithm provides robust results in the presence of correlated and irrelative variables or/and outliers.
  • It is due to these interests that Article 98 of the RA Constitution proscribes judges to hold any office irrelative to his/her official duties.
  • It is an application system provided to the customers, that is irrelative to operation system, database and middleware.
1.1Irrelevant.
Example sentences
  • As one types keyword tags, he should choose the keywords which relate to content of that front page to avoid surplus, irrelative or duplicate keywords.
  • Remember, if there is any thing irrelative brought forward, they have to thank themselves for it.
  • Payment and download modules are irrelative to session problems.

Derivatives

irrelatively

1
adverb
Example sentences
  • As to me, irrelatively strong reaction against cancer can be caused by two possible fears.
  • Because of the irrelatively fast development, tumours in children serve as a model of carcinogenesis
  • Computers then were stationary and intended for successive or batch problem solution irrelatively to the real time and dynamic parameter changes.

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