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irrelevance

Pronunciation: /ɪˈreləvəns/

Translation of irrelevance in Spanish:

noun/nombre

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  • irrelevancia (feminine) the irrelevance to the topic of much of the lecture lo poco que gran parte de la conferencia tuvo que ver con el tema the project is now a costly irrelevance el proyecto se ha convertido en algo costoso y sin sentido
    Example sentences
    • The rest of the test was something of an irrelevance.
    • The Tories, however, have moved swiftly from being an irrelevance to becoming strangely fascinating.
    • Personal pride in the quality of the work you did became a sentimental irrelevance.

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