Hindi translation of 'apparently'
apparently /əˈpærəntli अˈपैरन्ट्ली/
You use apparently to refer to something that seems to be the case although it may not be.
आभासी रूप से
The news apparently came as a complete surprise.
SIMILAR WORDSseemingly, ostensiblyCareful languageIn academic writing, you try not to present as facts things you do not have clear evidence for. You often use adverbs to show how certain (or not) you are about something.Apparently and seemingly show that you are describing what seems to be true, based on your impression of the situation, but without clear evidence.Reportedly, allegedly, and ostensibly show that something is based on what other people or sources say, but that you have doubts about it.
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Example Sentences Including 'apparently'
There was mortal sin, for which more was apparently needed than the eternally recycling washing machine.INSTANCES OF THE NUMBER 3 (2002)
Chambers ' security has apparently told them you're a relative.SOMEBODY (2002)
Mogget kept watching him, his eyes still slitted, apparently viewing Sam with deep suspicion.LIRAEL: DAUGHTER OF THE CLAYR (2001)
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'apparently' in Other Languages
- Arabic: عَلَى ما يَبْدو
- Brazilian Portuguese: aparentemente
- Chinese: 显然地
- Croatian: naoko
- Czech: zřejmě
- Danish: tilsyneladende
- Dutch: blijkbaar
- European Spanish: aparentemente
- Finnish: ilmeisesti
- French: apparemment
- German: anscheinend
- Greek: προφανώς
- Italian: apparentemente
- Japanese: 明らかに
- Korean: 외관상
- Norwegian: tilsynelatende
- Polish: w rzeczywistości
- Portuguese: aparentemente
- Romanian: aparent
- Russian: видимо
- Spanish: aparentemente
- Swedish: uppenbarligen
- Thai: อย่างชัดเจน
- Turkish: açıkça
- Ukrainian: очевидно
- Vietnamese: một cách hiển nhiên
Translation of apparently from the Collins English to Hindi Dictionary