Definición de germane en inglés:

germane

Saltos de línea: ger|mane
Pronunciación: /dʒəːˈmeɪn
 
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adjetivo

Relevant to a subject under consideration: that is not germane to our theme
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • This is a highly germane consideration for an economy on the threshold of emerging market style debt trap dynamics.
  • Professor Crout delivered his remarks, which were certainly germane to the subject.
  • It deals with a subject inherently germane to every military officer, no matter the service.
Sinónimos

Origen

early 17th century: variant of german, with which it was synonymous from Middle English. The current sense has arisen from a usage in Shakespeare's Hamlet.

Derivativos

germanely

adverbio
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Normally, taxonomies are composed by experts, as when a librarian enters a book into a catalogue and picks the keywords that most germanely identify the book.
  • I think both approaches are useful to understanding games, though I lean towards ludology as more germanely important.
  • The final segment was introduced by the former commissioner of the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs and, more germanely, General Manager of the Metropolitan Opera.

germaneness

sustantivo
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Nonetheless, the topic is of great germaneness to world politics and should prompt someone else to a more thorough investigation.
  • He didn't include the little caveat about ‘leave others to decide germaneness’ on the air.
  • The rule of germaneness applies to an amendment and its relationship to a bill or a pending amendment.

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