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evidently

adverb
 
 
/ˈevɪdəntli/
OBVIOUSLY B2 used to say that something can easily be noticed: He evidently likes her.Apparent and obviousVisible
PROBABLY used to say that something seems probable from the information you have: The intruder evidently got in through an open window.Apparent and obviousVisible
Translations of “evidently”
in Korean 명백하게…
in Arabic بِوضوح…
in Portuguese evidentemente…
in Catalan evidentment…
in Japanese 明らかに…
in Italian evidentemente…
in Chinese (Traditional) 顯然地, 據說…
in Russian очевидно, явно, по-видимому…
in Turkish belli ki, şurası açık ki/meydanda ki, su götürmez…
in Chinese (Simplified) 显然地, 据说…
in Polish bez wątpienia, najwyraźniej…
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