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evident
American English: /ˈɛvədənt/
British English: /ˈɛvɪd(ə)nt/

Translation of evident in Spanish:

adjective

  • she dresses with evident care
    se nota que pone un gran cuidado en el vestir
    it was all too evident that he was lying
    era evidente or se notaba or estaba claro que estaba mintiendo
    Example sentences
    • Planning law is not easy for laymen to understand, which is evident from your editorial.
    • His importance to the team was clearly evident when he was ruled out for the final months of the season.
    • If there is none, this will be clearly evident to all who live in the tradition, and to those beyond.

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