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irrelevance

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishirrelevanceir‧rel‧e‧vance /ɪˈreləvəns/ AWL (also irrelevancy /-vənsi/) noun  1 [uncountable]UNIMPORTANT a lack of importance in a particular situation2 [countable]UNIMPORTANT someone or something that is not important in a particular situationirrelevance of debates on the irrelevance of the education system
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irrelevanceAge is an irrelevance for most jobs.Moral philosophers often ignore empathy as though it were an irrelevance outside their province, a matter for psychology perhaps rather than philosophy.Pensions policy accompanied long-term labour-market trends, which increasingly confirmed the economic irrelevance of elderly workers.Meanwhile, three other candidates demonstrated for a national television audience their growing irrelevance to the struggle for the nomination.What can I say in answer to this charge of irrelevance?So, the political irrelevance of our subjects did not diminish our desperation.The irrelevance of such an attitude is obvious.
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