She heard the news of his death with apparent unconcern.
If she had inner doubts, it was not apparent to anyone else.
She had many good qualities despite her apparent rudeness.
It was apparent to all that he was guilty.
clearly revealed to the mind or the senses or judgment
appearing as such but not necessarily so
1. 表面的, 外观的; 未必真实的
The apparent cause of his illness was excessive drinking, but the real cause was his deep grief at his wife's death.
2. 明显的, 显而易见的; 明白无误的[F][(+to)][+that]
It was apparent that he was in no condition to travel.