- vt. 显示；证实；表露
- adj. 明白的；显然的
- n. 旅客名单；载货单
- vt. 清楚表示; 显露 show clearly; give signs of
- vt. 显明; 显现 come to light; appear
- 明白的,明显的 clear and obvious
a customs document listing the contents put on a ship or plane
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"
provide evidence for; stand as proof of; show by one's behavior, attitude, or external attributes;
"His high fever attested to his illness"
"The buildings in Rome manifest a high level of architectural sophistication"
"This decision demonstrates his sense of fairness"
record in a ship's manifest;
"each passenger must be manifested"
reveal its presence or make an appearance;
"the ghost manifests each year on the same day"
- His generosity manifests itself in times of difficulties.
- Opportunities will manifest in ways you never even dreamed of.
- No one can manifest the truth of his statement.
- The contradiction manifested itself in the employment situation.
- He doesn't manifest much interest in his studies.
- It was manifest to us at a glance.
- It is now manifest that, if you don't return the book to the library right now, you will have to pay a late fine.
- He smiled at the manifest absurdity.
- Her manifest lack of interest in the project has provoked severe criticism.
- Can you give us a copy of import manifest?
- The disease typically manifests itself in a high fever and chest pains.
- The symptoms manifested themselves ten days later.10
- Has the ghost manifested itself recently?
- Her actions manifested a complete disregard for personal safety.
- She manifested little interest in her studies.
- Their concern is manifested mainly in fine speeches, rather than in practical solutions.
- It was their manifest failure to modernize the country's industries.
- It is manifest at a glance.
- That is manifest to all of us.
- It is manifest to every impartial mind.
She swears that she never saw..apparitions, nor any manifest of the Devil.出自： A. Miller
Thy life did manifest thou lov'dst me not.出自：2 Henry IV , Shakespeare
The Balinese manifest less fatigue than any people of whom we have a record.出自： M. Mead
Royal patronage, to manifest the interest which the King took in the arts.出自： E. H. Gombrich
Guilt and remorse can manifest themselves in excess of mourning.出自： D. Francis
If God manifested Himself..He would be quickly disowned.出自： A. Sillitoe
- manifest, evidence, evince, show
- show仅指让别人看见,其内容却需通过言行或神色来推敲; evidence尤指用言语或行动来证明尚未完全证明或仍有疑问的东西; evince侧重表露出兴趣、感情、能力等; manifest强调比show更充分、更清楚和更明确地显示。例如:
- His answer evidenced a guilty conscience.他的回答证明他良心有愧。
- He is a child who evinces great intelligence.他是一个表现出有极高智力的儿童。
- The symptoms manifested themselves ten days later.十天后出现了症状。
- manifestation n. 〈正〉表明；表现；显现