English version

non sequitur

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishnon sequiturnon seq‧ui‧tur /ˌnɒn ˈsekwɪtə $ ˌnɑːn ˈsekwɪtər/ noun [countable] 🔊 🔊 ALSTUPID/NOT SENSIBLEa statement which does not seem to be connected in a reasonable or sensible way with what was said before
Examples from the Corpus
non sequiturThis is a non sequitur, since something can be both a by-product and a great value.It was such a non sequitur.The rabbit was a non sequitur.It purports to be the end of some orderly progression of thought and effort, yet it constitutes a complete non sequitur.This is a huge non sequitur.
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