Meaning of relevance in English:

relevance

Pronunciation /ˈrɛləv(ə)ns/

Translate relevance into Spanish

noun

(also relevancy)
mass noun
  • The quality or state of being closely connected or appropriate.

    ‘this film has contemporary relevance’
    • ‘the quantity, quality, and relevance of links count towards your rating’
    • ‘the Web does allow us to produce more articles of relevance to our readers’
    • ‘The content should also be of relevance to workshop participants.’
    • ‘Adults are more concerned in learning material that has immediate, direct relevance to them.’
    • ‘We know they are songs from a bygone age yet they somehow they seem to have such relevance today.’
    • ‘The "truth" or "fiction" of a story has no relevance to the quality of a movie.’
    • ‘Sadly enough, Arthur Miller's The Crucible never seems to lose its relevance.’
    • ‘In my judgment the decision is of little relevance to the present case.’
    • ‘Defining the potential role of these agents in the treatment of breast cancer is of great clinical relevance.’
    • ‘National politicians spend an increasing amount of their time dealing with issues of only remote relevance to ordinary peoples' lives.’
    • ‘The film contains a potent message about prejudice that continues to have relevance for today.’
    • ‘Having a better understanding of the make-up of my students allows me to establish the relevance of the course material to their specific interests.’