fitting; at the right time; to the purpose; opportunely.
opportune; pertinent: apropos remarks.
apropos of with reference to; in respect or regard to: apropos of the preceding statement.
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apropos (comparative more apropos, superlative most apropos). Of an
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Apropos means regarding or appropriate to, as in: Apropos of your interest in
fishing, your grandfather gave you his set of championship lures, rods, reels and
By the way; incidentally: Apropos, where were you yesterday? prep. With regard
to; concerning: Apropos our date for lunch, I can't go.
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With reference to; concerning: she remarked apropos of the initiative, 'It's not ... to
any previous discussion or situation: Isabel kept smiling apropos of nothing.
The loanword apropos comes from the French phrase à propos de, meaning with
respect to. In English, apropos is conventionally used as a preposition ...