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  • 1 evidente

    adj.
    1 evident, obvious.
    2 sincere, plain, obvious, frank.
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    1 evident, obvious
    * * *
    adj.
    evident, obvious
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    ADJ obvious, clear, evident

    ¡evidente! — naturally!, obviously!

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    adjetivo obvious, clear
    * * *
    = apparent, evident, notable, noticeable, plain [plainer -comp., plainest -sup.], perceptible, axiomatic, glaring, flagrant, visible, manifest, patent.
    Ex. Menu-based information retrieval system have found favour because of their apparent simplicity.
    Ex. Complete agreement had not been possible, but the numbers of rules where divergent practices were evident is limited.
    Ex. There are notable differences in practice between the United States and the United Kingdom.
    Ex. The most noticeable effect the advent of Islam had on Arab names was not so much on structure as on choice.
    Ex. To reiterate, there are two main categories of relationship: the syntactic relationships referred to in the last paragraph and plain, for example, in a topic such as 'sugar and health'.
    Ex. The library was found to have inadequate lighting for the partially sighted and a lack of a fire warning perceptible to the deaf.
    Ex. It is axiomatic that backup copies of software are made and stored safely, so that, should anything happen to the cassette or disk, the program is not lost.
    Ex. The lack of storage and display space, a glaring deficiency in seating capacity and physical limitations of the building all meant that the library was not adequately serving its patrons.
    Ex. In the past teachers and lecturers have been the most flagrant violators of the author's copyright.
    Ex. Since a software package is to be sold it must be visible on the marketplace.
    Ex. A close knowledge of the institution is also needed to distinguish between professed objectives, the official and manifest ones which appear in organizational preambles, and the practiced ones which are often latent in the operating program.
    Ex. It was patent that they could not compete on equal terms with the economic and social forces of a complex civilization.
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    * es evidente = clearly.
    * evidente en = in evidence in.
    * evidente por sí mismo = self-evident.
    * hacerse evidente = become + apparent, come through.
    * poco evidente = unnoted.
    * prueba evidente = living proof.
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    adjetivo obvious, clear
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    = apparent, evident, notable, noticeable, plain [plainer -comp., plainest -sup.], perceptible, axiomatic, glaring, flagrant, visible, manifest, patent.

    Ex: Menu-based information retrieval system have found favour because of their apparent simplicity.

    Ex: Complete agreement had not been possible, but the numbers of rules where divergent practices were evident is limited.
    Ex: There are notable differences in practice between the United States and the United Kingdom.
    Ex: The most noticeable effect the advent of Islam had on Arab names was not so much on structure as on choice.
    Ex: To reiterate, there are two main categories of relationship: the syntactic relationships referred to in the last paragraph and plain, for example, in a topic such as 'sugar and health'.
    Ex: The library was found to have inadequate lighting for the partially sighted and a lack of a fire warning perceptible to the deaf.
    Ex: It is axiomatic that backup copies of software are made and stored safely, so that, should anything happen to the cassette or disk, the program is not lost.
    Ex: The lack of storage and display space, a glaring deficiency in seating capacity and physical limitations of the building all meant that the library was not adequately serving its patrons.
    Ex: In the past teachers and lecturers have been the most flagrant violators of the author's copyright.
    Ex: Since a software package is to be sold it must be visible on the marketplace.
    Ex: A close knowledge of the institution is also needed to distinguish between professed objectives, the official and manifest ones which appear in organizational preambles, and the practiced ones which are often latent in the operating program.
    Ex: It was patent that they could not compete on equal terms with the economic and social forces of a complex civilization.
    * es evidente = clearly.
    * evidente en = in evidence in.
    * evidente por sí mismo = self-evident.
    * hacerse evidente = become + apparent, come through.
    * poco evidente = unnoted.
    * prueba evidente = living proof.

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    obvious, clear
    resulta evidente que no tienen intención de aceptar la propuesta it is obvious o clear o ( frml) evident that they do not intend to accept the proposal, they clearly o obviously do not intend to accept the proposal
    si es muy caro no lo compres — ¡evidente! if it's very expensive, don't buy it — no, of course I won't o no, obviously!
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    evidente adjetivo
    obvious, clear
    evidente adjetivo obvious
    ' evidente' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    cantar
    - clara
    - claro
    - demostrar
    - meridiana
    - meridiano
    - notoria
    - notorio
    - patente
    - sensible
    - tres
    - visible
    - manifestar
    - palpable
    - visto
    English:
    apparent
    - blatant
    - conspicuous
    - consternation
    - crime
    - definite
    - dissatisfaction
    - evident
    - glaring
    - obvious
    - patent
    - perfectly
    - plain
    - self-evident
    - clear
    - obviously
    - self
    - visible
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    evident, obvious;
    es evidente que no les caemos bien it's obvious they don't like us;
    su enfado era evidente she was clearly o visibly angry;
    ¿te gustaría ganar más? – ¡evidente! would you like to earn more? – of course!
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    adj evident, clear
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    : evident, obvious, clear
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    evidente adj obvious

    Spanish-English dictionary > evidente

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