evident

listen to the pronunciation of evident
Englisch - Türkisch
belli

Onun onu yaptığı bellidir. - It is evident that he did it.

Polisin olağan arama prosedürlerini izleyip izlemediği belli değil. - It is not evident whether the police followed the usual search procedures.

{s} apaçık

Hepimiz öleceği için, bunun ölmemizi engellememesi apaçık. - That it does not prevent our dying is evident, because we all die.

Apaçık ortadadır ki, insan davranışları çevre için radyasyondan daha tehlikelidir. - It's evident that human behaviour is more dangerous for the environment than radiation.

{s} besbelli

Tom bu sabah erken saatlerde besbelli buradaydı. - Tom evidently was here early this morning.

Onun benimle konuşmak istemediği besbelli. - Evidently he does not want to speak to me.

{s} aşikâr

Onun aşık olduğu herkese aşikar. - It's evident to everybody that he's in love.

Onun bir hata yaptığı aşikar. - It is evident that he has made a mistake.

gün gibi açık
gün gibi ortada
açık

Açıkçası, yarın yağmur yağacak. - Evidently, it's going to rain tomorrow.

Bu açıkçası kötü bir örnek. - It's an evidently bad example.

ortada

Masum olduğu hepimiz için ortadaydı. - It was evident to all of us that he was innocent.

Apaçık ortadadır ki, insan davranışları çevre için radyasyondan daha tehlikelidir. - It's evident that human behaviour is more dangerous for the environment than radiation.

ortada olan
vazıh
tabii
{s} belirgin

Anne'in moral bozukluğu Gilbert'in memnuniyeti kadar belirgindi. - Anne's mortification was as evident as Gilbert's satisfaction.

Arapçanın etkisi İspanyolcada oldukça belirgindir. - The influence of the Arabic language is quite evident in the Spanish language.

evidently aşikar olarak
anlaşılan

Anlaşılan, yarın yağmur yağacak. - Evidently, it's going to rain tomorrow.

açıkça

Bu açıkçası kötü bir örnek. - It's an evidently bad example.

Açıkçası Tom gitmek istemiyordu? - Evidently, Tom didn't want to go.

sarih
meydanda olan
sarahaten
belgin
evident, manifest
Apaçık belli
evident; visible
belirgin; görünür
evident disproportion
(Kanun) açık nispetsizlik
evidently
açıkça

Akşamleyin bana mesaj atacağını söyledin ama açıkça yalan söyledin. - You said you would text me in the evening, but you lied, evidently.

Açıkçası, o bir hata yaptı. - Evidently, he's made a mistake.

self evident
aşikar
evidently
besbelli

Onun benimle konuşmak istemediği besbelli. - Evidently he does not want to speak to me.

Tom bu sabah erken saatlerde besbelli buradaydı. - Tom evidently was here early this morning.

self evident
Kanıta ihtiyaç duymayacak kadar açık ve belli olan
evidently
anlaşılan

Anlaşılan, yarın yağmur yağacak. - Evidently, it's going to rain tomorrow.

make evident
açığa kavuştur
self-evident
apaçık
self-evident
besbelli
self-evident
aşikâr
self-evident
açık
self-evident
belli
be evident
belirgin olmak
make evident
açığa kavustur
obvious fact, self-evident truth
açık gerçek, apaçık gerçeği
tamper evident
belirgin tamper
tamper-evident
dış müdahalelere açık
evidently
[adv] açıkça
evidently
gözle görülür biçimde
evidently
apaçık
evidently
aşikâr olarak
self evident
besbelli
self evident
belli
self evident
apaçık
tamper evident packaging
(Gıda) emniyet belirteçli ambalaj
Englisch - Englisch
obviously true by simple observation

It was evident she was angry, after she slammed the door.

{s} clear, obvious, apparent
{a} palin, clear, apparent, notorious
Clear to the vision; especially, clear to the understanding, and satisfactory to the judgment; as, the figure or color of a body is evident to the senses; the guilt of an offender can not always be made evident
emphasis You use evident to show that you are certain about a situation or fact and your interpretation of it. It was evident that she had once been a beauty = clear see also self-evident. easy to see, notice, or understand = obvious, clear clear evident that (evidens, from e- + the present participle of videre )
clearly apparent or obvious to the mind or senses; "the effects of the drought are apparent to anyone who sees the parched fields"; "evident hostility"; "manifest disapproval"; "patent advantages"; "made his meaning plain"; "it is plain that he is no reactionary"; "in plain view"
If something is evident, you notice it easily and clearly. His footprints were clearly evident in the heavy dust the best-publicised cases of evident injustice. = noticeable
capable of being seen or noticed; "a discernible change in attitude"; "a clearly evident erasure in the manuscript"; "an observable change in behavior"
evidently
In an evident manner; obviously
self-evident
Obviously true, and requiring no proof, argument or explanation
self evident
not needing to be demonstrated or explained; obvious
self evident
Clearly true and requiring no proof or explanation
evidently
{a} plainly, clearly, certainly
evidently
unmistakably (`plain' is often used informally for `plainly'); "the answer is obviously wrong"; "she was in bed and evidently in great pain"; "he was manifestly too important to leave off the guest list"; "it is all patently nonsense"; "she has apparently been living here for some time"; "I thought he owned the property, but apparently not"; "You are plainly wrong"; "he is plain stubborn"
evidently
In an evident manner; clearly; plainly
evidently
emphasis You can use evidently to introduce a statement or opinion and to emphasize that you feel that it is true or correct. Quite evidently, it has nothing to do with social background
evidently
You use evidently to show that you think something is true or have been told something is true, but that you are not sure, because you do not have enough information or proof. From childhood, he was evidently at once rebellious and precocious = apparently
evidently
You use evidently to say that something is obviously true, for example because you have seen evidence of it yourself. The man wore a bathrobe and had evidently just come from the bathroom The two Russians evidently knew each other. = clearly, obviously
evidently
clearly, obviously, apparently; without a doubt
self-evident
understood by itself, completely clear
self-evident
A fact or situation that is self-evident is so obvious that there is no need for proof or explanation. It is self-evident that we will never have enough resources to meet the demand = obvious + self-evidently self-evidently The task was self-evidently impossible. clearly true and needing no more proof = obvious
self-evident
evident without proof or argument; "an axiomatic truth"; "we hold these truths to be self-evident"
tamper-evident
a package or container that is tamper-evident is made so that you can see if someone has opened it before it is sold in the shops American Equivalent: tamper-resistant
evident
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