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apparent [ ə'pærənt] a.表面上的;明显的

apparent [ ə'pærənt] a.显然的

apparent [ə'pærənt] a.显然的,外观上

视在频率
apparent frequency

Some diseases are easy to diagnose as their apparent effects are typical and can be recognized immediately.
有些疾病诊断很容易,因为其症状明显、典型,可以立刻识别。

Certain problems were apparent from the start.
有些问题从一开始就可以清楚看出。

It became apparent that she was going to die.
显然她快死了。

Her apparent lack of care made him even more nervous.
她表面冷漠,这使他越发紧张不安。

Their wealth is more apparent than real.
他们并不象表面显得那样富裕。

screw someone over欺负某人
After working in the office for ten years, Alice was fired for no apparent reason. How can they screw her over like that?
爱丽斯工作了十年之后,无缘无故被炒鱿鱼。他们怎么可以这样欺负她呢?

表观 apparent

表观 [biǎo guān] /apparent/

表面化 [biǎo miàn huà] /come to the surface/become apparent/

{adj: acaulescent, stemless} (of plants) having no apparent stem above ground
<-> caulescent

{adj: amblyopic} pertaining to a kind of visual impairment without apparent organic pathology

{adj: amorphous, uncrystallized, uncrystallised} without real or apparent crystalline form
"an amorphous mineral"
"amorphous structure"

{adj: apparent, evident, manifest, patent, plain, unmistakable} clearly revealed to the mind or the senses or judgment
"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"

{adj: apparent, ostensible, seeming} appearing as such but not necessarily so
"for all his apparent wealth he had no money to pay the rent"
"the committee investigated some apparent discrepancies"
"the ostensible truth of their theories"
"his seeming honesty"

{adj: bottomless} having no apparent limits or bounds
"a bottomless supply of money"
"bottomless pockets"

{adj: causeless, fortuitous, uncaused} having no cause or apparent cause
"a causeless miracle"
"fortuitous encounters--strange accidents of fortune"
"we cannot regard artistic invention as...uncaused and unrelated to the times"

{adj: distressed, hard-pressed, hard put, in a bad way} facing or experiencing financial trouble or difficulty
"distressed companies need loans and technical advice"
"financially hard-pressed Mexican hotels are lowering their prices"
"we were hard put to meet the mortgage paymentng"
"it was apparent that the magazine was in trouble"
"found themselves in a bad way financially"

{adj: implicit in, inherent, underlying} in the nature of something though not readily apparent
"shortcomings inherent in our approach"
"an underlying meaning"

{adj: inconstant} likely to change frequently often without apparent or cogent reason; variable
"inconstant affections"
"an inconstant lover"
"swear not by...the inconstant moon"- Shakespeare
<-> constant

{adj: mysterious, mystic, mystical, occult, secret, orphic} having an import not apparent to the senses nor obvious to the intelligence; beyond ordinary understanding
"mysterious symbols"
"the mystical style of Blake"
"occult lore"
"the secret learning of the ancients"

{adj: oceanic} resembling the ocean in apparent limitlessness in extent or degree
"the oceanic violence of his rage"

{adj: presumptive} having a reasonable basis for belief or acceptance
"the presumptive heir (or heir apparent)"

{adj: psychokinetic} moving an object without apparent use of physical means

{adj: soaring} moving to great heights with little apparent effort
"a soaring eagle"

{adj: spontaneous, self-generated} happening or arising without apparent external cause
"spontaneous laughter"
"spontaneous combustion"
"a spontaneous abortion"
<-> induced

{adj: suspended} (of undissolved particles in a fluid) supported or kept from sinking or falling by buoyancy and without apparent attachment
"suspended matter such as silt or mud..."
"dust particles suspended in the air"
"droplets in suspension in a gas"

{adj: telepathic} communicating without apparent physical signals

{adj: unapparent} not readily apparent
"the answer was at first unapparent"

{adj: unobvious} not immediately apparent
"in mathematical science connections are exhibited which...are extremely unobvious"- A.N.Whitehead
<-> obvious

{adj: unplanned} without apparent forethought or prompting or planning
"an unplanned economy"
"accepts an unplanned order"
"an unplanned pregnancy"
"unplanned remarks"
<-> planned

{adj: weightless} having little or no weight or apparent gravitational pull; light
"floating freely in a weightless condition"
"a baby bat...fluffy and weightless as a moth"
"jackets made of a weightless polyester fabric"
<-> weighty

{adv: effortlessly} without effort or apparent effort
"she danced gracefully and effortlessly"
"swallows gliding effortlessly through the air"

{adv: indubitably} in a manner or to a degree that could not be doubted
"it was immediately and indubitably apparent that I had interrupted a scene of lovers"

{n: Archimedes' principle, law of Archimedes} (hydrostatics) the apparent loss in weight of a body immersed in a fluid is equal to the weight of the displaced fluid

{n: Docetism} the heretical doctrine (associated with the Gnostics) that Jesus had no human body and his sufferings and death on the cross were apparent rather than real

{n: Doppler effect, Doppler shift} change in the apparent frequency of a wave as observer and source move toward or away from each other

{n: Francis Ferdinand, Franz Ferdinand} archduke of Austria and heir apparent to Francis Joseph I; his assassination at Sarajevo triggered the outbreak of World War I (1863-1914)

{n: Hess, Rudolf Hess, Walther Richard Rudolf Hess} Nazi leader who in 1941 flew a solo flight to Scotland in an apparent attempt to negotiate a peace treaty with Great Britain but was imprisoned for life (1894-1987)

{n: Mastotermes darwiniensis} Australian termite; sole living species of Mastotermes; called a living fossil; apparent missing link between cockroaches and termites

{n: Prince of Wales} the male heir apparent of the British sovereign

{n: abiotrophy} a loss of vitality and a degeneration of cells and tissues not due to any apparent injury

{n: accident, fortuity, chance event} anything that happens by chance without an apparent cause

{n: amblyopia} visual impairment without apparent organic pathology

{n: apparent motion, motion, apparent movement, movement} an optical illusion of motion produced by viewing a rapid succession of still pictures of a moving object
"the cinema relies on apparent motion"
"the succession of flashing lights gave an illusion of movement"

{n: apparentness, apparency} the property of being apparent

{n: borrowing, adoption} the appropriation (of ideas or words etc) from another source
"the borrowing of ancient motifs was very apparent"

{n: carrier} (genetics) an organism that possesses a recessive gene whose effect is masked by a dominant allele; the associated trait is not apparent but can be passed on to offspring

{n: celestial sphere, sphere, empyrean, firmament, heavens, vault of heaven, welkin} the apparent surface of the imaginary sphere on which celestial bodies appear to be projected

{n: clairvoyance, second sight, extrasensory perception, E.S.P., ESP} apparent power to perceive things that are not present to the senses

{n: color of law, colour of law} a mere semblance of legal right; something done with the apparent authority of law but actually in contravention of law
"the plaintiff claimed that under color of law the officer had deprived him of his civil rights"

{n: conjunction, alignment} (astronomy) apparent meeting or passing of two or more celestial bodies in the same degree of the zodiac

{n: conversion disorder, conversion reaction, conversion hysteria} a mental disorder characterized by the conversion of mental conflict into somatic forms (into paralysis or anesthesia having no apparent cause)

{n: crown princess} a female heir apparent to a throne

{n: crown prince} a male heir apparent to a throne

{n: delayed allergy, type IV allergic reaction} an allergic reaction that becomes apparent only hours after contact

{n: dominance, ascendance, ascendence, ascendancy, ascendency, control} the state that exists when one person or group has power over another
"her apparent dominance of her husband was really her attempt to make him pay attention to her"

{n: ease, easiness, simplicity, simpleness} freedom from difficulty or hardship or effort
"he rose through the ranks with apparent ease"
"they put it into containers for ease of transportation"
"the very easiness of the deed held her back"
<-> difficulty

{n: ecliptic} the great circle representing the apparent annual path of the sun; the plane of the Earth's orbit around the sun; makes an angle of about 23 degrees with the equator
"all of the planets rotate the sun in approximately the same ecliptic"

{n: egress, egression, emergence} the act of coming (or going) out; becoming apparent

{n: endogenous depression} a state of depression for which there is no apparent precipitating cause

{n: face value} the apparent worth as opposed to the real worth

{n: fatigue, weariness, tiredness} temporary loss of strength and energy resulting from hard physical or mental work
"he was hospitalized for extreme fatigue"
"growing fatigue was apparent from the decline in the execution of their athletic skills"
"weariness overcame her after twelve hours and she fell asleep"

{n: genus Mimosa} genus of spiny woody shrubs or trees; named for their apparent imitation of animal sensitivity to light and heat and movement

{n: ground effect} apparent increase in aerodynamic lift experienced by an aircraft flying close to the ground

{n: heir apparent} an heir whose right to an inheritance cannot be defeated if that person outlives the ancestor
<-> heir presumptive

{n: heir presumptive} a person who expects to inherit but whose right can be defeated by the birth of a nearer relative
<-> heir apparent

{n: horizon, apparent horizon, visible horizon, sensible horizon, skyline} the line at which the sky and Earth appear to meet

{n: immediate allergy, atopy, atopic allergy, type I allergic reaction} an allergic reaction that becomes apparent in a sensitized person only minutes after contact

{n: incipiency, incipience} beginning to exist or to be apparent
"he placed the incipience of democratic faith at around 1850"
"it is designed to arrest monopolies in their incipiency"

{n: influence} causing something without any direct or apparent effort

{n: irradiation} the apparent enlargement of a bright object when viewed against a dark background

{n: joker} an inconspicuous clause in a document or bill that affects its meaning in a way that is not immediately apparent
"when I demanded my money he showed me the joker in the contract"

{n: libration} (astronomy) a real or apparent slow oscillation of a moon or satellite
"the libration of the moon"

{n: limb} (astronomy) the circumferential edge of the apparent disc of the sun or the moon or a planet

{n: magnification} the act of expanding something in apparent size

{n: naked eye} the eye unaided by any optical instrument that alters the power of vision or alters the apparent size or distance of objects
"it is not safe to look directly at the sun with the naked eye"

{n: parallax} the apparent displacement of an object as seen from two different points that are not on a line with the object

{n: perseveration} the tendency for a memory or idea to persist or recur without any apparent stimulus for it

{n: plausibility, plausibleness} apparent validity
<-> implausibility

{n: quality, character, lineament} a characteristic property that defines the apparent individual nature of something
"each town has a quality all its own"
"the radical character of our demands"

{n: semidiameter} the apparent radius of a celestial body when viewed as a disc from the earth

{n: sign, mark} a perceptible indication of something not immediately apparent (as a visible clue that something has happened)
"he showed signs of strain"
"they welcomed the signs of spring"

{n: supernumerary} a person serving no apparent function
"reducing staff is difficult because our employees include no supernumeraries"

{n: surfacing} emerging to the surface and becoming apparent

{n: telegnosis} apparent knowledge of distant events without using sensory perceptions

{n: telepathy, thought transference} apparent communication from one mind to another without using sensory perceptions

{n: unknown quantity} a factor in a given situation whose bearing and importance is not apparent
"I don't know what the new man will do; he's still an unknown quantity"

{v: appear, seem} seem to be true, probable, or apparent
"It seems that he is very gifted"
"It appears that the weather in California is very bad"

{v: emerge} become known or apparent
"Some nice results emerged from the study"

{v: expose, exhibit, display} to show, make visible or apparent
"The Metropolitan Museum is exhibiting Goya's works this month"
"Why don't you show your nice legs and wear shorter skirts?"
"National leaders will have to display the highest skills of statesmanship"

{v: exude} make apparent by one's mood or behaviour
"She exude great confidence"

{v: prowl, lurch} loiter about, with no apparent aim

{v: see through} perceive the true nature of
"We could see through her apparent calm"

{v: stroll, saunter} walk leisurely and with no apparent aim

{v: tumble} throw together in a confused mass
"They tumbled the teams with no apparent pattern"

It is apparent that your wife is addicted and needs help to get off cigarettes,
很明显,你妻子吸烟已经成瘾,需要帮助才能戒掉。

John Hunter said of himself, " My mind is like a beehive; but full as it is of buzz and apparent confusion, it is yet full of order and regularity, and food collected with incessant industry from the choicest stores of nature. "
约翰·亨特谈到自己时说: "我的脑袋像个蜂巢;实际上里面充满了嗡嗡声和明显的混乱,然而又满有条理和规律性,还有以不间断的勤奋从大自然最优质的储藏品中收集而来的食物。 "

Maccari's 1960 investigation reported how, instead of probing the reasons for Padre Pio's apparent financial invincibility, the virulently anti-Communist Pope Pius XII freed Padre Pio from his vow of poverty and instructed him to use his power to attract pilgrims from far and wide, to generate cash.
马卡里 1960年的调查报告,没有探究帕特尔.皮奥经济上显然有隐瞒的种种原因,而是报告了那位强烈反共的教皇皮尔斯十二世如何使帕特尔免于发誓过贫困的生活,并指示他利用他动人的力量吸引各地的朝圣者,以捞取现钞。

Hardy's weakness derived from his apparent inability to control the comings and goings of these divergent impulses and from his unwillingness to cultivate and sustain the energetic and risky ones.
哈代的缺陷一方面缘起于他的某种明显的无能,无法控制好那结不尽相同的创作冲动的穿梭往来;另一方面缘起于他不愿意去培养和维持那些富于生机活力和风险性强的创作冲动。

Vinaver's theory comfortably explained away the apparent contradictions of chronology and made each romance independently satisfying.
令人舒畅的是,维纳弗的理论解释掉了明显的年代学矛盾,使每一部罗曼司可以独立地自成一体。

So far, Iran has allowed UN nuclear inspectors access only to non-military zones and the IAEA chief did not say what might have led the country to this apparent reversal of course.
迄今,伊朗只允许联合国核检查人员进入非军事区。国际原子能机构总干事埃尔巴拉迪没有透露伊朗的态度为什么出现了这种明显的改变。

表观电泳淌度 apparent electrophoretic mobility

表观交换容量 apparent exchange capacity

It is apparent that 很清楚

F43.0
Acute stress reaction
A transient disorder that develops in an individual without any other apparent mental
disorder in response to exceptional physical and mental stress and that usually subsides
within hours or days. Individual vulnerability and coping capacity play a role in the
occurrence and severity of acute stress reactions. The symptoms show a typically mixed and
changing picture and include an initial state of "daze" with some constriction
of the field of consciousness and narrowing of attention, inability to comprehend stimuli,
and disorientation. This state may be followed either by further withdrawal from the
surrounding situation (to the extent of a dissociative stupor-F44.2), or by agitation
and over-activity (flight reaction or fugue). Autonomic signs of panic anxiety
(tachycardia, sweating, flushing) are commonly present. The symptoms usually appear within
minutes of the impact of the stressful stimulus or event, and disappear within two to
three days (often within hours). Partial or complete amnesia (F44.0) for the episode may
be present. If the symptoms persist, a change in diagnosis should be considered.
Acute:
. crisis reaction
. reaction to stress
Combat fatigue
Crisis state
Psychic shock
急性压力反应
一种短暂的疾病 , 发生於原来无其他精神疾病的人
, 当遇到严重的身体或精神压力时发作 , 但於数小
时或数天内消逝。个体的脆弱性或适应能力在急性
压力反应的发作及严重度扮演重大角色。典型的临
床表现是混合性与多变性的症状 , 包含一开始出现
昏眩并伴随意识的领域紧缩 , 注意力变得窄化 , 失
去理解刺激的能力及定向感障碍等。接下来可能发
生从周遭环境退缩的情形 ( 甚至到达解离性静呆状
态的程度 , 见F44.2) 或是变得激动与过度躁动 ( 逃跑
反应或解离性迷走 ) 。这些症状在压力事件的冲击
後数分钟内即出现 , 而在二至叁天内消失 ( 通常数
小时内 ) , 对此事件可能发生部分或完全失忆 (见F44.0)
。若症状持续则就要考虑诊断之改变。
. 急性危机反应
. 急性压力反应
战斗衰竭症
危机状态
心因性休克

F63.1
Pathological fire-setting [pyromania]  
Disorder characterized by multiple acts of, or attempts at, setting fire to property or
other objects, without apparent motive, and by a persistent preoccupation with subjects
related to fire and burning. This behaviour is often associated with feelings of
increasing tension before the act, and intense excitement immediately afterwards.
Excludes: fire-setting (by)(in):
. adult with dissocial personality disorder (F60.2)
. alcohol or psychoactive substance intoxication (F10-F19, with common fourth character
.0)
. as the reason for observation for suspected mental disorder (Z03.2)
. conduct disorders (F91.-)
. organic mental disorders (F00-F09)
. schizophrenia (F20.-)
* 病态纵火症 ( 放火癖 )
此病症之特徵为在没有明显的动机下一再重覆地出
现多次纵火或企图纵火毁损财物或其他物品之行为
; 而且经常其脑海中盘旋的不外乎是与纵火或燃烧
等有关之事物。纵火前会逐渐地感受强烈的紧张压
力 , 纵火後会有高度的愉悦、满足及解脱感。
不包含 : 纵火行为发生在以下情况时 :
. 异规性人格违常之成人 (F60.2)
. 酒精或药物中毒
. 疑似有其他的精神疾病 (Z03.2)
. 行为疾患 (F91.-)
. 器质性精神疾患 (F00-F09)
. 精神分裂症 (F20.-)

F95
Tic disorders
Syndromes in which the predominant manifestation is some form of tic. A tic is an
involuntary, rapid, recurrent, nonrhythmic motor movement (usually involving circumscribed
muscle groups) or vocal production that is of sudden onset and that serves no apparent
purpose. Tics tend to be experienced as irresistible but usually they can be suppressed
for varying periods of time, are exacerbated by stress, and disappear during sleep. Common
simple motor tics include only eye-blinking, neck- jerking, shoulder-shrugging, and facial
grimacing. Common simple vocal tics include throat-clearing, barking, sniffing, and
hissing. Common complex tics include hitting oneself, jumping, and hopping. Common complex
vocal tics include the repetition of particular words, and sometimes the use of socially
unacceptable (often obscene) words (coprolalia), and the repetition of one's own sounds or
words (palilalia)
抽搐症
是以抽搐为主的徵候群。抽搐是一种不自主的、快
速的 , 重覆 , 没有节奏的动作 ( 通常影响到局限的
肌肉群 ) , 或突然发出无意义的声音。抽搐是不可
抵抗的 , 但通常可以靠意志克制一段时间。在有压
力的情境下会恶化 , 睡眠时消失。。常见的单纯型
动作抽搐有眨眼、颈部急动、耸肩、作鬼脸。常见
的单纯型声音抽搐有清喉咙、发出吠叫声、吸鼻子
及发出嘘声 (hissing) 。常见的复杂型抽搐有打自己及跳
来跳去。常见的复杂型声音抽搐有重覆说些特别的
字语 , 有时说些不被社会接受的 ( 通常是淫猥的 )
话 ( 秽语症 ) , 和重覆自己的声音或字语 ( 复语症
) 。

apparent depth 视深

apparent expansion 表观膨胀,视膨胀

apparent frequency 表观频率,视频率

apparent loss in weight 表观失重

apparent weight 表观重量

apparent activation energy 表观活化能

apparent density 视密度

apparent infection 显性感染

apparent molar mass 表观摩尔质量

apparent molecular weight 表观分子量

apparent osmotic space 表观透空间

apparent photosynthesis 净光合

apparent viscosity 表观粘度

表观粘度 apparent viscosity

apparent temperature 表观温度

外表状况良好 In apparent good order and condition

外表状况良好 In apparent good order and condition


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