Translation of germane in Spanish:

germane

Pronunciation /dʒəːˈmeɪn//dʒərˈmeɪn/

adjective

formal

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    to be germane to sth guardar relación con algo formal
    • It deals with a subject inherently germane to every military officer, no matter the service.
    • This is a highly germane consideration for an economy on the threshold of emerging market style debt trap dynamics.
    • A number of determinants were considered germane in the selection of mediation for commercial disputes.
    • I think they're germane and they help explain what's going on here.
    • Frankly, they backed into their mollusc caves round about May and emerge only when I manage to procure a germane species of earth worm from my back yard.
    • It would have been more germane to ask, How do we know he's not still there?
    • It takes its data from the 2001 Census; and you can find the germane data here.
    • As I explained in my last e-mail the first e-mail exchange we had is no longer germane.
    • A lot of that's just an assessment of his general medical condition and not necessarily germane to the melanoma itself.
    • The show reads as a who's who of the contemporary South African art family with germane examples selected from dozens of possibilities.
    • Unfortunately, many of the most interesting and germane points appear in the endnotes.
    • The concept seems very germane to the original post and is explained succinctly.
    • At this stage, however, the more germane question is what consumers will actually do with the incremental cash.
    • Professor Crout delivered his remarks, which were certainly germane to the subject.
    • It is therefore necessary that certain points germane to the subject be discussed in detail.
    • We, on the other hand, believe that the comparison is highly germane.
    • If that be so, the material contained in the affidavit is material which would be germane to the question whether the Court would or would not adopt that course.
    • If the health service is to make progress towards such a goal, a number of considerations are germane.
    • It is germane to consider what observations might actually require, or provide support for, this scenario.
    • It may not be one that's germane to the story but it will get the subject talking freely - and that's a detour well worth taking.