There are 2 main translations of manifest in Spanish:

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manifest 1

American English: /ˈmænəˌfɛst/
British English: /ˈmanɪfɛst/

reflexive verb

  • [formal]to manifest itself (ghost/deity)
    aparecerse
    (disease/curiosity/fear)
    manifestarse

transitive verb

adjective

  • to make something manifest
    poner algo de manifiesto
    Example sentences
    • It saves them from examining the manifest failings in their own actions
    • Likewise, effects can be gradual, and may not be manifest or observable in animal systems until it is too late.
    • If it does, it will be important to disobey it and have it tested in the courts, which one hopes will recognise its manifest absurdity.

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manifest 2

noun

  • (Aviation, Nautical)
    Example sentences
    • If you're a customs inspector at a port of entry you can send photos of cargos and manifests back to the office where someone can check them against computer records.
    • The manifest of the Nigerian-registered ship said it was carrying 139 passengers.
    • He listed himself as a farm laborer on the manifest of the ship and didn't even write his mother until the day the ship was going to sail.
    Example sentences
    • Akobi said the plane's manifest listed 156 passengers and an unknown number of crew.
    • If we had a manifest from the airplane, or from the companies, we would pay the claim.
    • Using the helicopter manifests, I counted the numbers of passenger-journeys and the numbers of flights for the complete months of September and October 1996.

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