adj ~ (to sb) (that...) obvious (to the eye or mind); clear 明显的; 明白的; 清楚的
*It must be evident to all of you that he has made a mistake. 你们一定很清楚, 他犯了错误.
* He looked at his children with evident pride. 他看着自己的孩子, 充满自豪.
1300-1400; Language: French;Origin:Latin
evidens, from e- 'out'
+ the present participle of videre 'to see'
easy to see, notice, or understand
, clear clearevident that It was evident that she was unhappy. It soon became evident that she was seriously ill. It was clearly evident that the company was in serious financial difficulties.evident to It was evident to me that he was not telling the truth.evident in The growing popularity of the subject is evident in the numbers of students wanting to study it. Bob began eating his lunch with evident enjoyment.
1. We are so familiar with the fact that man ages, that people have for years assumed that the process of losing vigour with time, of becoming more likely to die the older we get, was something self-evident, 我们对人总是要衰老的现象并不陌生，多年来就已认识到。生命随着时间流失而丧失活力，人随着年龄的增长而接近死亡，这是不言而喻的，
2. Workaholism is a problem that has been evident since the Stone Age whenever people have sought to escape other parts of their lives through work. 工作狂自石器时代起就成了一个很明显的问题了——每当人们试图通过工作来逃避他们生活中的其他部分时就会出现这个问题。
3. The struggle to succeed in one of the world's most competitive societies is starting earlier and earlier, and is most evident in the growing popularity of special schools that train students during evenings and weekends to pass the examinations requi 日本是当今世界竞争最为激烈的社会之一，在这里，成功之搏开始得越来越早，最明显的证据是一些特殊学校的生源剧增。这些学校在晚上和周末上课，训练学生通过进入私立中学和大学的入学考试。
4. It´s evident that you´re been drinking. 你显然一直在喝酒.