relevant adj.

VERBS be, seem | become | consider sth, deem sth, regard sth as, see sth as

ADV. especially, extremely, highly, particularly, specially, very | barely, hardly, not really, scarcely Past imperial glories are hardly relevant to the present day. | (only) marginally, partially | not necessarily, not strictly Resist the temptation to discuss topics that are not strictly relevant to the essay question. | directly | only indirectly | immediately | no longer | potentially | apparently | clearly, obviously | universally | morally, politically, socially Is there a morally relevant difference between human life and animal life? | vocationally vocationally relevant qualifications

PREP. to information relevant to this case