apparent · adjective /əˈpær.ənt/Full view
apparent (OBVIOUS)
B2 obvious or easy to notice
Dictionary examples:

Her unhappiness was apparent to everyone.

It was becoming increasingly apparent that he could no longer look after himself.

On the subway this morning, the man sitting opposite me suddenly screamed for no apparent reason.

Learner example:

This was my Dad, always doing weird things for no apparent reason. (First Certificate in English; B2; Chinese)

apparent (SEEMS TRUE)
C1 always before noun seeming to exist or be true
Dictionary example:

I was a little surprised by her apparent lack of interest.

Learner example:

Your company staff is well known among our club members for its quality but the only apparent flaw we can detect is that they only speak English. (Certificate in Advanced English; C1; Portuguese)

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