apparent en Español

Pronunciación
adj. aparente, apreciable, claro, distinto, libre de dudas, palpable, visible; ostensible, llano, cándido

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Her disappointment was apparent to everyone.
Su decepción era evidente para todos.
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Multiplicity is only apparent, in truth, there is only one mind...
La multiplicidad es solo aparente, en verdad, solo hay una mente ...
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Suspicions have arisen as many of the fires started simultaneously without apparent reason.
(Voice of America)
Resulta sospechoso que tantos incendios comenzaran simultáneamente sin explicación.
(Voz de América)
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The North Korean regime fired artillery into a South Korean maritime zone, in an apparent reaction to the military exercises conducted between the country and the U.S.
(Voice of America)
El régimen de Corea del Norte hizo disparos de artillería contra una zona marítima de Corea del Sur en aparente reacción a los ejercicios militares que lleva a cabo este país con EE.UU.
(Voz de América)
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She remembered her father only too well! Even her sister was obliged to live in apparent calmness with the vainglorious Karl, quite capable of disloyalty not because of any special lust, but just to imitate the doings of his superiors.
¡Ella que se acordaba tanto de su padre!... Su misma hermana debía vivir menos tranquila con el vanidoso Karl, capaz de ser infiel sin deseo alguno, sólo por imitar los gestos de los poderosos.
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The fall of the ministry and the constitution of a government of national defense made it apparent that something very important must have taken place. The alarms and tears of Dona Luisa increased his nervousness.
La caída del ministerio y la constitución de un gobierno de defensa nacional le hicieron ver que algo grave estaba ocurriendo. Las alarmas y lloros de doña Luisa aumentaron su nerviosidad.
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A campaign of twenty days had aged and exhausted them; their dull gaze seemed to be imploring pity. They were weak and emaciated, the outline of their skeletons so plainly apparent that it made their eyes look larger.
Una campaña de veinte días los había envejecido y agotado. Su mirada opaca parecía implorar piedad. Estaban flacos, con una delgadez que hacía sobresalir las aristas de su osamenta y aumentaba el abultamiento de sus ojos.
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Don Marcelo looked from one to another. The fatigues of war, especially the forced march of the last days, were very apparent in their persons. Some were tall and slender with an angular beauty; others
Don Marcelo les miró uno a uno. Las fatigas de la guerra, especialmente la marcha acelerada de los últimos días, estaban visibles en sus personas. Unos eran altos, delgados, con una esbeltez angulosa; otros,
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jaws supported with mummy-like bandages; giants in agony whose wounds were not apparent; shapeless forms ending in a head that talked and smoked;
mandíbulas sostenidas por vendajes de momia; gigantes que no mostraban destrozos aparentes y estaban en la agonía; cuerpos informes rematados por una testa que hablaba y fumaba;
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Something very important was evidently transpiring, the ill-humored air of those left behind in the castle, and the sudden servility of this plowman in uniform, made it very apparent...
Algo importante estaba ocurriendo; el aire malhumorado de los que permanecían en la puerta del castillo, la repentina obsequiosidad de este rústico con uniforme, lo daban a entender.
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