[ˌaprəˈpəʊ, ˈaprəpəʊ]
  1. with reference to; concerning.
    "she remarked apropos of the initiative, ‘It's not going to stop the abuse’"
    with reference to · with regard to · with respect to · regarding ·
    concerning · respecting · on the subject of · in the matter of · touching on · dealing with · connected with · in connection with · about · re · anent
  1. very appropriate to a particular situation.
    "the composer's reference to child's play is apropos" ·
    "the song feels apropos to a midnight jaunt"
mid 17th century: from French à propos ‘(with regard) to (this) purpose’.
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she remarked apropos of the initiative, ‘It's not going to stop the abuse’.
the composer's reference to child's play is apropos.
the song feels apropos to a midnight jaunt.
How to say apropos in other languages?
Laguages Translations
Arabic (NOUN)سديد, المناسبة
Bosnian (Latin) UMJESAN
Bulgarian (NOUN)уместен, навременен
Cantonese (Traditional) 中肯
Catalan (NOUN)propòsit
Chinese Simplified 中肯
Chinese Traditional 中肯
Croatian (NOUN)umjesan
Czech (NOUN)zavolanou
Estonian Muuseas
Finnish (NOUN)sopivasti
Greek (NOUN)επίκαιρος
Haitian Creole à-propos
Hebrew אפרופו
Hindi (NOUN)अनुरूप
Hungarian (NOUN)Apropó
Indonesian (NOUN)berhubung
Korean (NOUN)때마침, 겁
Latvian īstā laikā
Lithuanian (NOUN)Savalaikis, beje
Persian بجا
Querétaro Otomi Di mbeni
Russian (NOUN)по поводу
Serbian (Cyrillic) Умесна
Serbian (Latin) Umesna
Slovak (NOUN)zavolani
Slovenian (NOUN)oziroma
Telugu అప్రస్
Turkish (NOUN)yerinde
Ukrainian (NOUN)приводу
Urdu برمحل
Yucatec Maya Tu yo'olal
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