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significance /sɪɡˈnɪfɪkəns/ noun [singular, uncountable]

معناداری (در امار) ، بامعنی ، مفید ، معنی ، مقصود ، مفاد ، مفهوم ، اهمیت ، قدر ، روانشناسی: اهمیت ، بازرگانی: محسوس
- importance, consequence, moment, relevance, weight
- meaning, force, implication(s), import, message, point, purport, sense
Antonyms: insignificance
Contrasted words: indifference, triviality, unimportance, worthlessness, irrelevance
Related Words: authority, credit, influence, merit, prestige, excellence, perfection, virtue
English Thesaurus: importance, significance, value, prominenc

[TahlilGaran] English Synonym Dictionary

significance W2 /sɪɡˈnɪfɪkəns/ noun [singular, uncountable]
[Word Family: noun: significanceinsignificance, signification; verb: signify; adverb: significantlyinsignificantly; adjective: significantinsignificant]

1. the importance of an event, action etc, especially because of the effects or influence it will have in the future Antonym : insignificance:
Stella didn’t attach any significance to Doug’s query.
significance of
the significance of climate change
The book assesses the significance of Stalin’s policies between 1927 and 1939.
significance for
The results of the study have a wider significance for all the profession.
great/little significance (in/to/for something)
The crime problem has great significance to the general public.
grasp/appreciate the significance (of something) (=fully understand something)
The press were slow to grasp the significance of what happened.

2. the meaning of a word, sign, action etc, especially when this is not immediately clear
significance of
the significance of the words that refer to the bread Christ shares with his disciples
full/real/true significance
Only later did we realize the true significance of his remark.

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

ADJ. considerable, criminal, deep, enormous, great, immense, major, profound, real | full, general, wider The scientists are cautious about the wider significance of their findings.
limited, minor | particular, special | real, true They failed to appreciate the true significance of these discoveries.
functional, practical, statistical, strategic, symbolic, theoretical | constitutional, cultural, economic, moral, historical, political, religious, social
VERB + SIGNIFICANCE have The ceremony has great symbolic significance.
acquire, assume, gain, take on Suddenly his son's relationship with the girl took on a new significance.
attach Let us not attach too much significance to these meetings.
assess | appreciate, be aware of, grasp, understand | exaggerate | minimize, play down, underestimate
SIGNIFICANCE + VERB lie in sth The significance of this lies in the fact that he had previously denied all knowledge of the fund.
attach to sth Does any significance attach to the use of the technical terms?
PREP. ~ for/to a meal that has particular significance for a Jewish family
of ~ a policy of special significance to women
PHRASES be of little, no, etc. significance

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary


great/considerable significance
The judge said the new evidence was of great significance.
little significance
This information on its own is of little significance.
wider significance
The research dealt with one small group, but their conclusions are of much wider significance.
special significance
This place has a special significance for Icelanders.
political/social/historical etc significance
The political significance of this change should not be underestimated.
have significance
A child's relationship to his parents has a lasting signficance for his future relationships.
attach significance to something (=give something importance)
They say they don't attach much significance to opinion polls.
take on a new/special etc significance (=start to have it)
Sporting competitions took on a new political significance during the Cold War.
acquire/assume significance formal (=take on significance)
As links with Europe continue to grow, language learning assumes even greater significance.
grasp/appreciate/understand the significance of something
The press was slow to grasp the significance of what had happened.
assess the significance of something (=decide how important something is)
It is often difficult to assess the significance of an event until more time has passed.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

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