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ap·ro·pos
[ap-ruh-poh]
ADVERB
1.
fitting; at the right time; to the purpose; opportunely.
2.
Obsolete. by the way.
ADJECTIVE
3.
opportune; pertinent: apropos remarks.
I
4.
apropos of with reference to; in respect or regard to: apropos of the preceding statement.
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