Relevant, according to the Oxford English Dictionary means “closely connected to or appropriate to the current matter”. Relational; compare Relative, in the same source is explained as “considered in relation or in proportion to something else; existing only in comparison to something else: months of relative calm ended in April.
Five of the most common language mistakes get a simple explanation. Each sentence explains the difference to better illustrate the usage.
Retaining customers is always important, never more so than during lockdown when we all face a big don’t know in future months. The only thing you can do is work…
Idioms add to the language. And idiom is a cultural expression that gives descriptions to situations.