Translation of evidently in Spanish:

evidently

Pronunciation: /ˈevədəntli; ˈevɪdəntli/

adv

  • 1.1 [embarrassed/unsuitable] claramente, obviamente they had evidently said they would support him aparentemente or según parece, habían dicho que lo apoyarían
    More example sentences
    • Unusually for such cases, she was evidently competent and clearly stated her wish for the ventilator to be switched off.
    • What few complaints there are in this area come from writers who are evidently, manifestly ignorant of the subject.
    • This distinction is evidently rough and needs refinement, but one has some sense of what is intended.
    1.2 (indep) aparentemente, según parece is she coming too? — evidently ¿ella también viene? — eso parece or según parece

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