Translation of obvious in Spanish:
- 1.1 (evident, clear) his disappointment was obviouswe've made a big mistake — that's obvious o that much is obvioussu decepción era evidente or palpablethe obvious thing to do is …hemos cometido un gran error — eso está claro or es obvioif there is a connection, it's not at all obvious to meno cabe duda de que lo que hay que hacer es …it was perfectly obvious that she was lyingsi es que hay alguna relación, yo no la veo nada clarait was obvious to anyone that it was too heavyno cabía la menor duda de que estaba mintiendoestaba clarísimo que mentíait was obvious to us that something was wrongcualquiera se hubiera dado cuenta de que pesaba demasiadoit's by no means obvious who'll succeed hernos dábamos perfecta cuenta or nos resultaba obvio que algo iba malit's obvious the thieves got in through the windowno está nada claro quién tomará su puestothey made it very obvious (that) they hadn't enjoyed the partyestá claro que los ladrones entraron por la ventanahicieron muy patente el hecho que no les había gustado la fiestaExample sentences1.2 (unmistakable) (before noun) it's an obvious lie/copy
she's the obvious candidate for the jobes claramente mentira/una copiaes una burda mentira/copiahe has no obvious successores la candidata indiscutible or obvia para el puestono tiene un sucesor claro or ningún sucesor aparenteExample sentences1.3 (unsubtle) See examples: it was such an obvious ploy
- When you look at these two options in this light, doesn't the answer seem glaringly obvious?
- The Great Bars are dying because of fear and bad science, but the solutions seem pretty obvious.
- All have been glaringly obvious for years, but has Davies done anything about any of them?
try to hear what they are saying, but don't be too obvious about itel ardid era tan evidente or obviotrata de oír lo que dicen, pero con disimulo
- Even those who like their comedy gently done are likely to find this too flimsy and obvious.
- He had made it painfully obvious that she no longer belonged in his world.
- The casting somehow manages to be terribly clever and terribly obvious at the same time.
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