In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(facts/document) pertinente(facts/document) relevanteapplicants should have relevant experience — los candidatos deberán poseer experiencia en el sector
- a message that is still relevant today — un mensaje que todavía hoy tiene validez
- the relevant authorities — las autoridades competentes
- that's not relevant to this discussion — eso no guarda relación con lo que estamos discutiendo
- I don't see how that's relevant — no veo qué relación tiene eso
- I wrote to the manager of the relevant trust asking if funds were available for the work.
- To achieve this it has had to make sure that all relevant facts are carefully considered.
- If there is a failure to disclose all the relevant matters, amendment will be refused.
- To make it even more relevant, audience members will have the chance to participate.
- Did the Minister leave relevant matter out of account in deciding to make the Order?
- Those involved were people who worked closely with her during the relevant period.
- The rules, however, are only relevant to the way the safety camera scheme is funded.
- This is partly because this matter may go further and there are relevant facts to be found.
- The next option is to attempt to rebrand himself as a culturally relevant force.
- In some cases, it takes up to two hours for council officials to access the relevant web page.
- If not, please call me and explain and then maybe I can contact the relevant people.
- So I wanted the council to know what had happened to me because I thought it was relevant.
- It has been passed on to the relevant higher authorities who are treating it very seriously.
- This is partly based on grounds of public safety on the advice of the relevant authorities.
- We must keep it going long-term and make it relevant to people here and over there.
- How is the long, varied story of the town on the moors relevant to its modern inhabitants?
- You must therefore plan carefully to make sure you are covering relevant material.
- They in turn would identify the relevant vehicle and stop it at a safe place in order to speak to the driver.
- That is a relevant matter in considering whether or not the children had settled.
- It must be a matter for the defence to decide on what is relevant to the case it has to meet.
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