- 明显的,明白的 plain to the senses; clear because of evidence
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"
capable of being seen or noticed;
"a discernible change in attitude"
"a clearly evident erasure in the manuscript"
"an observable change in behavior"
- Now it became evident that he spoke two languages at once.
- Inertia is evident in our every day experiences.
- The purpose may not be immediately evident.
- The rationale for the present study is evident.
- He looks at twelve children with evident pride.
- He signed his name with evident satisfaction.
- The prospect became more evident.
- This is most strikingly evident in the field of economics.
- Their exact purpose was not always evident to observers.
- This fact is too evident to require proof.
- It is evident that smoking is harmful to health.
- It is evident that he will win in the election.
- It's evident to me that they have no experience in this work.
- The spokesman made it evident that no compromise was yet in sight.
The whole place, as could be seen at the most cursory glance, had been laid out with skill and care, but not less evident were the signs of subsequent neglect.出自： E. F. Benson
It was evident to me that Yuriko was in love with him.出自： N. Mailer
Stagdon's evident assumption that most decisions..were now taken by Miss Casement maddened Rainborough.出自： I. Murdoch
- evident, apparent, clear, 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。