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Translation of "apparent" - English-Spanish dictionary

apparent

adjective   /əˈpær·ənt/
easy to notice evidente It soon became apparent that she had lost interest.
(Definition of apparent from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

apparent

adjective /əˈpӕrənt/
easy to see; evident evidente, claro It is quite apparent to all of us that you haven’t done your work properly.
seeming but perhaps not real aparente What was the reason for his apparent unwillingness to attend the meeting?
apparently adverb
it seems that; I hear that por lo visto, al parecer Apparently, he is not feeling well.
(Definition of apparent from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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