Third-person singular simple present indicative form of pertain.(verb)
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Use "pertains" in a sentence
"My title pertains to economic concepts espoused not just by central minister deserves to be complimented for having formulated a new tax code that envisages a radical reform of the Income Tax Act It seeks to simplify"
"My title pertains to economic concepts espoused not just by central Too many people bought too much house for too many years."
"Now the grace of the word pertains to the instruction of men among whom the difference of sex is found."