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Translation of "ostensible" - English-Spanish dictionary

ostensible

adjective   /ɒsˈten.sɪ.bl̩/ formal
appearing or claiming to be one thing when it is really something else aparente Their ostensible goal was to clean up government corruption, but their real aim was to unseat the government.1744
ostensibly adverb   /-bli/
aparentemente He has spent the past three months in Florida, ostensibly for medical treatment, but in actual fact to avoid prosecution.1744
(Definition of ostensible from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

ostensible

adjective /oˈstensəbl/
(of reasons etc) apparent, but not necessarily true aparente Illness was the ostensible reason for his absence, but in fact he was just lazy.
ostensibly adverb
aparentemente
(Definition of ostensible from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “ostensible”
in Vietnamese có vẻ là…
in Malaysian kononnya…
in Thai เสแสร้ง…
in French prétendu…
in German angeblich…
in Chinese (Simplified) 表面上的, 假称的, 假托的…
in Indonesian jelas…
in Chinese (Traditional) 表面上的, 假稱的, 假託的…
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