Meaning of Irrelevant

What is Irrelevant:

As irrelevant we designate that which has little or no importance, which is minimal or insignificant, or which has no relevance at all.

Irrelevante is an adjective, it is formed with the Latin prefix i-, which gives a negative charge to words, and the word "relevant", which means 'what is relevant', 'what matters', 'what stands out or stands out'. Therefore, irrelevant means what is not relevant, what does not stand out or does not stand out, what is not important.

The term irrelevant is used when something or someone is not considered important or necessary. For example, a comment or opinion that does not deserve to be considered or taken into account, an event or fact that lacks importance or significance, information without interest, significance or that is outdated, will be irrelevant; an error that is not serious, or that does not imply a problem or a disturbance of the state of things.

Synonyms for irrelevant are insignificant, inconsequential, vain, futile, trivial, superfluous. Antonyms, meanwhile, would be relevant, notable, important, outstanding.

See also Trivial.

In English, irrelevant translates as irrelevant. For instance: "Age is irrelevant unless you're wine”(Age is irrelevant unless you are wine).

Irrelevant and relevant

The opposite of irrelevant is relevant. Relevant is designated as something important, significant, that stands out or stands out for its excellence or superiority. Relevant, for example, are events that have a tangible impact or consequences on society; a scientific discovery that allows us to advance as a society is relevant. Instead, we reserve the adjective irrelevant for that which has no importance or significance, or that lacks interest or significance.

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