- 显眼的,明显的 noticeable; attracting attention; easily seen
obvious to the eye or mind;
"a tower conspicuous at a great distance"
"wore conspicuous neckties"
"made herself conspicuous by her exhibitionistic preening"
without any attempt at concealment; completely obvious;
"blatant disregard of the law"
"a blatant appeal to vanity"
"a blazing indiscretion"
- Lincoln is a conspicuous example of a poor boy who succeeded.
- He was conspicuous for his bravery.
- A traffic sign should be conspicuous.
- Notices shall be put in conspicuous places.
- I found several conspicuous errors in his speech.
- There was a conspicuous landmark ahead.
- These clothes are conspicuous.
- The girl who won the scholarship was quite conspicuous.
- He was conspicuous among his colleagues.
- You were conspicuous by your absence yesterday.
- He was exactly conspicuous for his helpfulness.
- The discrepancy in the company accounts was too conspicuous that no auditor could have failed to notice.
- It is conspicuous that smoking is harmful to health.
- The girl tried to make herself as conspicuous as possible.
- conspicuous building 显眼的大楼
One provision was conspicuous..by its absence.出自： J. Russell
- ☆ 1540年左右进入英语，直接源自拉丁语的conpicuus，意为显而易见的。