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    I guess the subject of the sentence below is 'dimension", right?

    In Relevance Theory the most important dimension of contextual appropriateness, relevance, is so defined as to make it vacuously hold for any communicative act that does not prove altogether uninterpretable

    Could you rewrite the bold part above with plain English/

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    Up! :D

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