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inapposite
American English: /ɪnˈæpəzɪt/
British English: /ɪnˈapəzɪt/

Translation of inapposite in Spanish:

adjective

  • [formal]
    no pertinente
    Example sentences
    • He insisted that the data supplied by the claimants rested ‘on surmise and inapposite extrapolations from animal studies and industrial accidents’.
    • Since the proposals were to be made in secret, and not in full glare of the Arab world, the UN floor would seem a highly inapposite point of discussion.
    • It made me wonder what criticism was, or reviewing: perhaps the saying of inapposite things in uninteresting ways.

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