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unapparent

Line breaks: un|appar¦ent
Pronunciation: /ʌnəˈpar(ə)nt
 
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Definition of unapparent in English:

adjective

Not visible or in evidence: the insidious, unapparent build-up of stress the fact that technical barriers are relatively unapparent in other countries does not mean that they do not present a potential threat
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  • Some animal coronaviruses have additional properties: unapparent infections are common, and under certain circumstances a virus can persist and set up a carrier state after recovery.
  • I urge students not only to vote in this referendum, but also to examine critically apparent motivations and unapparent repercussions of eliminating the WPIRG levy.
  • Assuming, of course, that I'm not currently on a different rebound again, one as unapparent to me as the last. comment?

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