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adjective as in belonging to

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Although the term was coined in a seminal 2018 paper on deepfakes, it doesn’t pertain to deepfakes alone.

Enterprise SEO pertains to large companies with complex organizational structures and various lines of business and products, and that is the most common definition of it.

There was a tremendous lack of any evidence and research data that pertained to the kind of patients I saw in rural practice.

The heightened concern about possible rare allergic reactions will also pertain to the Moderna vaccine, because it uses the same genetic technology as Pfizer-BioNTech.

Reading through FTC legal documents isn’t exactly thrilling content, but here are some of the key points regarding how Facebook’s possible shakeup pertains to us, the picture-posting, comment-leaving masses.

Though if the documentary is part of the art, doesn't that mean everything pertaining to it is?

She lost all her emails pertaining to the period under examination and then some.

Like all things pertaining to Chris Brown, the highlight of his performance Sunday night happened when he shut his mouth.

Issues pertaining to women such as domestic violence, rape, etc. may garner more attention for a few councilmen.

We can't dismiss these human costs as pertaining to only somebody else.

This winter I shall decide several things pertaining to my future; it is my plan to practice for awhileand not marry!

One of the most general principles pertaining to them is, the majority shall rule.

There can be no dower in a mere personal privilege, or in a revocable license pertaining to land.

She was probably the only one to whom was confided all the terrible secrets pertaining to the life of Madame Graslin.

My own individuality is entirely in the background; aye, I am not conscious of any personality in matters pertaining to the Cause.


On this page you'll find 9 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to pertaining, such as: connected, referring, related, connected with, and relevant.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.