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important in English:

1. important important


It's not important.
Each time I see Mary, I learn something new and important from her.
If my wife calls, just tell her I'm in an important meeting and cannot be disturbed.
I wish I could care more about my grades but it seems that, at a certain point of my life, I decided they wouldn't be so important anymore.
You should write down whatever seems to be important.
Winning the competition is important. However, fair play is more important. You need to understand that winning is not the most important thing.
There were many things that I thought were important at that time that I no longer believe are important.
The important point to note is that both parties offered similar solutions to this problem.
Getting your message across is much more important than trying to say it exactly like a native speaker would say it.
In general, communication between doctors and their patients is the most important part of medical treatment.
The more countries a language is spoken in, the less important it is to sound like a native speaker, since speakers of that language are accustomed to hearing various dialects.
Franklin Roosevelt was born to a rich and important New York family.
That report was important because it pointed out all the errors the committee had made.
I discovered too late that I left out the most important part of my speech.
A few important facts emerged after the investigation.

English word "important"(important) occurs in sets:

Vocabulary 5

2. Relevant


relevant information
Roche gave me the relevant grants to use this specific SQL statements
If it's relevant to my work, I want to talk about it.
I have some relevant information for you. For further information, please refer to the relevant leaflet
When you apply for the job, tell us if you have any relevant experience.
A relevant provision on this issue has been introduced in the Presidency compromise.
They tend to pause and look for advanced vocabulary when conversing instead of saying the first relevant word or phrase which springs to mind.
Give reasons for your answer and include any relevant examples from your own knowledge or experience.
I hope this expense report contains all the relevant business expenses because I'm not paying a cent more after this.
Please ensure that you attach all the relevant documents to your application
The ​point is ​highly relevant to this ​discussion. ​plans to make ​schooling more relevant to ​life beyond ​school
The scientist corresponds with colleagues in order to learn about matters relevant to her own research.
Kouider says this information is relevant to parents and to anyone else interested in early education. / Is this attitude as relevant today as it once was? / Clearly, this boss ought to be offering this critique directly to the relevant employee.
Remember to take all the horizontal and vertical measurements of the space when you are establishing the physical characteristics of a space, it will be impossible for you to do your job without all the relevant measurements.
Moreover, they underscored the need for providing policy relevant ready-to-use scientific results and methodology.

3. prominent


He felt ill at ease among prominent scholars.
The prominent psychologist resembles my uncle in appearance.
prominent musician
The prominent poet attempted to commit suicide in his study.
Clovis, the constantly jumping wino, has prominent quadriceps and fantastic glutes.
(...) and one Togruta, her cone-horn montrals and striped head-tails making her prominent among the prisoners.
I focused on his prominent nose. (Skupiłem się na jego wydatnym nosie George Washington is a prominent figure in the history of the USA. (George Washington jest wybitną postacią w historii USA
If your first name is more prominent in your signature, this implies that you have positive feelings about your childhood.
Lady Thatcher remains a prominent political figure.
A commission of seven prominent and patriotic men.
George Washington is a prominent figure in the history of the USA
She has very prominent cheekbones.
Many of our most prominent citizens send their children to this private school
The two most prominent areas for using geothermal energy in USA are in Yellowstone and in California

English word "important"(prominent) occurs in sets:

Pioneer Unit 8

4. significant


He studied the scientists considered to be the most significant of the 19th century.
significant headway
It is a significant change in our policy. / In addition, they reported significant growth in their investment in 2005 and 2006. / The effect was significant from the first year.
My company is one of The most significant on The global market.
At present the text book issue between the Korean and Japanese governments is developing into a significant problem affecting both countries.
The significant point as regards the segregation problem is to clarify the value system of each group.
If this proposal is put into practice, the business world will be affected to a significant degree.
With text we mean any communicative situation of significant length.
What is significant in this argument is that his theory can identify those phenomena.
The workshops have a significant glass front, allowing maximum light and view of the interior from outside
The thin mist from yesterday will turn into thick fog at night which can cause adverse weather conditions for drivers as visibility will be significantly reduced.
Head office is very worried there was a significant decrease in the number of orders taken in the last quarter.
It is significant that Falkner did not attend the meeting himself. / → Opposite - insignificant
The scientists made a significant breakthrough. (Naukowcy dokonali istotnego przełomu.)

English word "important"(significant) occurs in sets:

new opportunities - intermediate

5. vital


Her vital signs are being closely monitored.
Regular exercise is absolutely vital.
On the other hand, there seem to be those among young folk who, while touching on Buddhism, have started to think of it as a vital spiritual support.
Water is a natural resource of vital importance.
Public opinion plays a vital in the political realm.
That red cloth is a "fukusa"; it is a vital tool used to cleanse the tea equipment.
It is better not to become ill in the first place and early diagnosis is vital.
What conditions are vital for developing film? Dark conditions are vital for developing film.
Some care staff say that they never practise restraint - that it is always wrong under any circumstances. Others say it can be vital, for the resident and themselves
It is vital that you inform me about your progress. It is vital to be honest with your spouse.
It’s vital for pilots and controllers to have good English.
Developing a sucessful strategy is a vital part of the planning process.
Although he's 70 years old, he's still a vital man.
Now that you mention it, I wasn't involved in the decision-making for the vital part.

6. unimportant


His opinion was unimportant.
Whether the problem is important or unimportant, you must solve it.
Editors often go to extremes in providing their readers with unimportant facts.
I thought the message was unimportant so I didn't tell you.

English word "important"(unimportant) occurs in sets:

postive negative adjective

7. profound


Each episode of that TV drama ends with somebody delivering a profound line.
Freud's insights into human behavior led to him being honored as a profound thinker.
The exhibition offers profound insights into ancient civilization.
profound mind
A nudnik who believes he's profound is even worse than just a plain nudnik.
the implications of this discovery are profound’
His teachings are incorporated in a profound book Daode Jing which Taoists regard as the final authority and doctrines of the religion.
The audience was impressed by his profound lecture.
The only thing you can rely on - is change! Very profound!
There is in all barbarian communities a profound sense of the disparity between man's and woman's work.
His mother's ​death when he was ​aged six had a very profound ​effect on him.
The fact is that the absence of a parent has a very profound effect. (w tym znaczeniu duży wpływ)
Medical application of AI is profound. You earned my profound respect.
His knowledge of history is profound
Hegel's philosophy is so odd that no one would have expected him to be able to get sane men to accept it, but he did. He set it out with so much obscurity that people thought it must be profound.

8. pivotal


a pivotal figure/role/idea

9. very essential



10. for


Is this for me?
This book is for students whose native language is not Japanese.
The bricklayer calculated that he would need 500 bricks for the wall.
The people next door were annoyed with us for making so much noise last night.
Why do you insist on paying for your school expenses yourself, when your parents are willing to give you financial support?
He attended the high school for three years without missing a single day or being late.
Even though I have studied English at school for the past six years, I'm still not good at speaking it.
The market for luxury goods is growing fast.
For all his wealth, he was still unhappy.
I will do that work on condition that I get paid for it.
Almost everyone in the class voted in favor of having a thank-you party for the teachers.
How about going for a drive to Lake Yamanaka with us tomorrow?
The two men understood one another perfectly, and had a mutual respect for each other's strong qualities.
After spending three weeks looking for a job, he found a well-paid one.
Your boyfriend got tired of waiting for you and left just now.

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Adjectives + prepositions

11. of great significance or value



English word "important"(of great significance or value) occurs in sets:

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