Definition of irrelevant in English:

irrelevant

adjective

  • Not connected with or relevant to something.

    • ‘Motive is important in detection and in arguing a case in court, but it is irrelevant to sentencing.’
    • ‘The Tories are totally irrelevant to this whole issue.’
    • ‘For some the desire was to render law irrelevant and redundant through technological innovation.’
    • ‘The fact that they were under a compliance audit at this time is largely irrelevant to the issue.’
    • ‘But you have no right simply to dismiss it as irrelevant or beneath your dignity.’
    • ‘Nowadays critics are vapid, passionless creatures who seem increasingly irrelevant.’
    • ‘The trend towards all-embracing competition policy made public ownership almost irrelevant for years despite questions of the public good.’
    • ‘Sorry, that was a cheap shot and entirely irrelevant to the question.’
    • ‘Whether these agendas are predetermined or the product of free will, it's largely irrelevant from our perspective.’
    • ‘Actually, movie reviews seem almost entirely irrelevant these days.’
    • ‘At first glance, a swimming pool might seem completely irrelevant to managing a fast-growing company.’
    • ‘If so, should current findings be deemed irrelevant for purposes of policy and law?’
    • ‘Because the main point about Howard's rhetoric was that it has become totally irrelevant.’
    • ‘Today's technology has made geography almost irrelevant.’
    • ‘The remainder of the section is irrelevant for the purposes of the present appeal.’
    • ‘With the latter, the hero becomes almost irrelevant to the life of the ordinary person.’
    • ‘After the conquest, the Wall became largely irrelevant to these victors, and drifted into eclipse.’
    • ‘To ask a further question without specific allegations in the pleadings renders this question irrelevant.’
    • ‘But I do not say that the first question is an irrelevant consideration.’
    • ‘Her personal feelings about the doctors should be completely irrelevant to her decision.’
    beside the point, not to the point, immaterial, not pertinent, not germane, off the subject, neither here nor there, unconnected, unrelated, peripheral, tangential, extraneous, inapposite, inapt, inapplicable
    unimportant, inconsequential, insignificant, of no matter, of no moment, of little account, trivial, negligible, minor, trifling, petty, superficial
    impertinent
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Usage

See immaterial

Pronunciation:

irrelevant

/əˈreləvənt/