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apparent US English

Clearly visible or understood; obvious

apparent in horizon US English

The circular boundary of the part of the earth’s surface visible from a particular point, ignoring irregularities and obstructions

apparent time US English

Another term for mean solar time.

apparent wind US English

The wind as it is experienced on board a moving sailing vessel, as a result of the combined effects of the true wind and the boat’s speed

heir apparent US English

An heir whose claim cannot be set aside by the birth of another heir

apparent magnitude US English

The magnitude of a celestial object as it is actually measured from the earth

apparent solar time US English

Time as calculated by the motion of the apparent (true) sun. The time indicated by a sundial corresponds to apparent solar time

heirs apparent in heir apparent US English

An heir whose claim cannot be set aside by the birth of another heir

apparent US Thesaurus

their relief was all too apparent

apparent English-Spanish

there's no apparent difference

heir apparent New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

heir whose claim cannot be set aside by the birth of another heir;

the heir apparent in heir English-Spanish

el heredero forzoso

to become apparent in apparent English-Spanish

hacerse* patente, empezar* a verse

it was apparent that … in apparent English-Spanish

estaba claro que …, era evidente

it has become ever more apparent in ever English-Spanish

se ha hecho cada vez más evidente

the damage was more apparent than real in apparent English-Spanish

el daño era más aparente que real

he said it with no apparent emotion in emotion English-Spanish

lo dijo sin demostrar ninguna emoción


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