- 显然的,明白的,清晰可见的 clearly seen or understood; obvious
- 表面上的,貌似(真实)的 seeming; unreal
clearly revealed to the mind or the senses or judgment;
"the effects of the drought are apparent to anyone who sees the parched fields"
"made his meaning plain"
"it is plain that he is no reactionary"
"in plain view"
appearing as such but not necessarily so;
"for all his apparent wealth he had no money to pay the rent"
"the committee investigated some apparent discrepancies"
"the ostensible truth of their theories"
"his seeming honesty"
- It was apparent to all that he was guilty.
- Japan's apparent lack of capitalist endeavour also has much to do with the lack of a mature financing market.
- She had many good qualities despite her apparent rudeness.
- If she had inner doubts, it was not apparent to anyone else.
- She heard the news of his death with apparent unconcern.
- Despite his apparent happiness he was in great anger.
- The child was beaten for no apparent reason.
- Emma suddenly blushed for no apparent reason.
- Everyone present ran out for no apparent reason.
- I was on the metro this morning when for no apparent reason the man opposite suddenly screamed.
- Then, for no apparent reason, the train suddenly stopped.
- Sometimes the machine will go wrong without any apparent cause.
- Her apparent high spirits covered a heavy heart.
- His apparent honesty deceived me.
- His apparent unwillingness would disappear if we paid him enough.
- In spite of her apparent indifference, she was deeply concerned about the matter.
- My parents were concerned at my apparent lack of enthusiasm
- She has this apparent innocence which, I suspect, she uses to her advantage.
- The apparent cause of his absence was a bad cold.
- The apparent cause of his failure to pass the examination was illness,but the real cause was lack of knowledge.
- The apparent cause of his illness was excessive drinking.
- The apparent improvement in this year's profits is due to the selling off some of the company's property.
- The apparent size of an airplane in the sky is smaller than the airplane really is.
- The apparent truth was really a lie.
- The committee is investigating some apparent discrepancies.
- The overseas visitors were much disappointed by this apparent lack of interest.
- The teacher was shocked by the parents' apparent lack of concern about their child's behaviour.
- There are one or two apparent discrepancies between the two reports.
- They claimed the apparent deterioration in the economy was just temporary change.
- As we climbed up the hill, the beauty of the landscape become apparent.
- The children's poor health was apparent from their physical appearance.
- I suppose the miracle will be apparent tomorrow.
- It was a moonless night, and many stars were apparent.
- The boat slowly became apparent through the fog.
- The contradiction has become apparent.
- All these things are apparent in Mr. Frost.
- Her love for the child was apparent.
- His guilt is apparent.
- His limp is quite apparent.
- The man's guilt became apparent.
- The reasons for his sudden departures soon became apparent.
- The stain is apparent from across the room.
- Their devotion was apparent.
- This attitude is apparent in some of the things they say.
- His reluctance was only apparent.
- His mother's recovery was just apparent,it wasn't real recovery.
- His calmness is more apparent than real.
- Their affluence is more apparent than real.
- This attitude is apparent in what they say.
- Her anxiety was apparent to everyone.
- It is apparent to everyone.
- Her unhappiness was apparent to everyone.
- His guilt is apparent to all.
- His meaning was not apparent to them.
- It was apparent even to my own perception.
- The particles of dust in the air are not apparent to the naked eye.
- It is apparent that he has changed his mind.
- It is incontestably apparent that she is lying.
- It was apparent that he was ill.
- It was apparent that she didn't hear what I said.
- It was apparent that all of the students understood.
- It is apparent that the apparent honesty of some criminals is their greatest asset.
- It was apparent that he knew nothing of what had happened.
- It's quite apparent that she has no intention of changing her mind.
- He's very unhappy,and it is apparent that he wants to leave now.
- It has become apparent that the ship is lost.
- It soon became apparent that he knew nothing about soccer.
- It soon became apparent that the two women knew each other.
- It was becoming increasingly apparent that he could no longer look after himself.
- It was apparent from her face that she was really upset.
- From the bursts of laughter,it was apparent that they were having a good time.
- It was becoming increasingly apparent to me that he disliked me.
- It is apparent to us that you are lying.
- It was apparent to all that he was guilty.
- It should be apparent to any reader that there are several inconsistencies.
- It soon became apparent to everyone that he couldn't sing.
- apparent advantage 貌似有利
- apparent angle 视角
- apparent change 明显的变化
- apparent contradiction 貌似矛盾
- apparent expansion 明显的膨胀
- apparent grief 表面上的忧伤
- apparent honesty 外表上的诚实
- apparent reason 明显的原因
- all too apparent 很显然
- clearly apparent 明明白白的
- increasingly apparent 愈来愈明显的
- only too apparent 很显然
- quite apparent 相当明显的
- strikingly apparent 极清晰的；极其明显的
An Owl-eyed buzzard that by day is blinde, And sees not things apparant.出自： G. Wither
The prime minister resigned for the apparent reason that his health was failing.
- apparent(ly)习惯上同real(ly)比较，如apparent rather than real（表面的而非真实的)。
- apparent, clear, evident, obvious
- apparent侧重于“显露”“显而易见”,从表面上看来非常明显,与real相对立; evident侧重于“可以看得见的”“明显的”,指由于某些证据或考虑各种条件后而推断出来事物是明显的; obvious侧重于“就在眼前”“一目了然”,无须证明而显得更加明显,比evident更加表面化; clear用法及意义很广泛,无论对听觉、视觉或理解力来说,任何明朗清楚的事物都可以用这个词形容。例如:
- The apparent cause of his absence was not a bad cold.他缺席的原因表面上看不是患了重感冒。
- The crimes committed by colonialists are too evident to need any proof.殖民主义者的罪行太显著了,无须加以证明。
- It was an obvious mistake for him to have gone alone.他独自前去是个很明显的错误。
- ☆ 14世纪晚期进入英语，直接源自古法语的aparant；最初源自拉丁语的apparentem，意为显示。
- apparently adv. 表面上地；明显地