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manifest

US [ˈmænɪˌfest]
UK [ˈmænɪfest]
  • v.表明;显现;使人注意到
  • adj.明显的;显而易见的
  • n.旅客名单
  • Web清单;舱单;显示
Simple Present:manifests  Present Participle:manifesting  Past Tense:manifested  
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v.
1.
~ sth (in sth)
表明,清楚显示(尤指情感、态度或品质)to show sth clearly, especially a feeling, an attitude or a quality
Social tensions were manifested in the recent political crisis.
最近的政治危机显示了社会关系的紧张。
2.
~ itself (in sth)
显现;使人注意到to appear or become noticeable
The symptoms of the disease manifested themselves ten days later.
十天后,这种病的症状显现出来。
adj.
1.
~ (to sb) (in sth)
明显的;显而易见的easy to see or understand
His nervousness was manifest to all those present.
所有在场的人都看出了他很紧张。
The anger he felt is manifest in his paintings.
他的愤怒明显地表现在他的绘画之中。
n.
1.
(船或飞机的)货单,旅客名单a list of goods or passengers on a ship or an aircraft

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