Meaning of “relevant” - Learner’s Dictionary

relevant

adjective us uk /ˈreləvənt/
Extra Examples
I like to go to a meeting armed with the relevant facts.The Minister was briefed on the relevant facts.He asked a very relevant question at the meeting.What are the relevant dates for the contract?Your report should focus on the relevant information.

B2 related or useful to what is happening or being talked about:

relevant information
Education should be relevant to children's needs.
→ Opposite irrelevant

(Definition of “relevant” from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)