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obvious in English:

1. apparent


The company turned him down for no apparent reason.
The errors apparent in his results are due more to carelessness than faulty procedures.
So a new problem soon became apparent.
apparent chain length
It was the midnight of Friday, 13th; nothing of ill omen was apparent.
For no apparent reason, he killed his mother-in-law.
It is not enough to identify the problem after it has already become apparent.
Still, this moment of apparent deflance was inexcusable.
The Google search monopoly will become even more apparent in the countries.
Her unhappiness was apparent to everyone. She has this apparent innocence which, I suspect, she uses to her advantage.
It would seem that the answer to that question is apparent
In level cruising flight, P-factor is not apparent, since both ascending and descendinf propeller blades are at nearly the same angle of attack.
Suddenly, for no apparent reason (= without a reason) he started screaming and shouting. It was apparent that he was afraid.
apparent to: It should be apparent to anyone that the letter was written by a child. apparent from: The children’s poor health was apparent from their physical appearance.

English word "obvious"(apparent) occurs in sets:

Sprawdzian angielski readingi pt. 2

2. to


Go to sleep.
I hope to one day speak German as well as you speak English.
Why aren't you going? "Because I don't want to."
It took me more than two hours to translate a few pages of English.
Look at me when I talk to you!
Homeroom teachers should make every effort to keep in touch with their students.
Nobody ever comes to see us in this out-of-the-way village.
If I can get into university, I am hoping to learn to speak two foreign languages.
Fewer workers meant fewer people with money to buy goods.
Franklin Roosevelt was born to a rich and important New York family.
Two roundtrip tickets to Osaka, please.
The president was quoted as saying he would like to visit Japan soon.
You are welcome to the use of our house while we are away on vacation.
It began to rain heavily just as we got to the gate.
According to the weather forecast, the rainy season will set in next week.

English word "obvious"(to) occurs in sets:

verbs/adjectives, nouns with propositions M, N, O

3. Obvious


In retrospect, it may seem obvious that we shouldn't have been burning our trash so close to our house.
I don't know how to demonstrate it, since it's too obvious!
Most scientific breakthroughs are nothing else than the discovery of the obvious.
It's blatantly obvious.
It's obvious that I spend too much time studying Chinese characters, so I ought to study other aspects of the language more.
It's obvious but the connection between people is "words". It is by those words that thoughts are shared and arguments carried out.
This, appearing at first glance to be perfectly obvious, is actually very difficult.
That's right. At the least I wish they'd add one to the first floor as well ... Wait a mo! Why are you here!? "'Why' is obvious isn't it? It's so we can go to the toilet together."
I was pressed by their questioning and slipped into telling an obvious lie.
If you see a man approaching you with the obvious intention of doing you good, you should run for your life.
Nowhere but in the world of the antique is it more obvious that many of the things that we, as individuals hold dear, are completely arbitrary.
Act now! he said, and in addition to his obvious meaning, he hinted that there were number of other important reasons why immediate action was needed.
A fortune teller once told Christopher Columbus that he would become a famous man. Columbus, in turn, got angry and demanded his money back - claiming that even a child could state something so obvious.
I think putting thieves to death is not lawful; and it is plain and obvious that it is absurd and of ill consequence to the commonwealth that a thief and a murderer should be equally punished.
Every Tatoeba sentence should be commented and its translation discussed, unless it's completely obvious.

4. predictable


What you did was so predictable. You always act like that at parties.
She's so boring and predictable.
You're so predictable.
It was an entertaining but predictable film.
Comets appear at predictable times. The ending to the film was just so predictable.
The snow had a predictable effect on traffic.
I knew you'll come, you're so predictable.
His reaction was predictable. I was not surprised.
The results of most of the studies have been predictable.
His failure was predictable, given his poor study habits
"It was predictable from the very beginning."
His reaction to the teacher’s comments was predictable; I knew exactly what he was going to say!
The ending of the book was entirely predictable. In March and April, the weather is much less predictable.
The ending of the book was entirely predictable.
This source is dependable and predictable, but more research is still needed in this area.

5. entirely obvious



English word "obvious"(entirely obvious) occurs in sets:

Kolokacje / Collocations - common adverb + adjecti...

6. painfully obvious



7. easy to notice or understand



8. very clear



English word "obvious"(very clear) occurs in sets:

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