Definitions of "relevant"
  1. Helps to prove or disprove an important fact, or make it more or less likely, thereby assisting the individual or group responsible for making a final decision
  2. Possessing a substantial and clear connection with facts or concerns at hand
How to use "relevant" in a sentence
  1. The evidence found by the police was considered relevant to the case, as it increased the likelihood of the suspect's guilt.
  2. The judge advised the attorney to only introduce relevant information to avoid unnecessary confusion during the trial.
  3. The witness testimony was deemed relevant because it had a significant impact on the facts of the case.

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