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English translation of 'évident'

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évident

[evidɑ̃ ]
Word forms: évident, évidente
adjective
1.  (flagrant) obviousevident
2.  (simple)
ce n’est pas évident (cela pose des problèmes) it’s not that simpleit’s not as easy as all that

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Example Sentences Including 'évident'

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Au niveau moral, c'est pas évident, surtout qu'ils étaient soutenus 10. 000 Argentins vraiment extraordinaires.
Le Nouvel Observateur (2002)
Elle se place du côté des anges, c'est évident : le Gabriel de l'Annonciation.
Grainville, Patrick Les anges et les faucons
Il est évident que certaines personnes ne peuvent pas venir jusqu'à nous.
Le Nouvel Observateur (2002)
Il est évident que vous pourrez utiliser ces documents comme bon vous semblera.
Basset-Chercot, Pascal Le baptême du boiteux
Pour trouver un joueur aussi éclectique, ce n'est pas évident.
Le Nouvel Observateur (2002)

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Very Common. évident is one of the 4000 most commonly used words in the Collins dictionary

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'évident' in Other Languages

British English: obvious /ˈɒbvɪəs/ ADJECTIVE
If something is obvious, it is easy to see or understand.
It's obvious he's worried about us.
  • American English: obvious
  • Arabic: جَلِيٌّ
  • Brazilian Portuguese: óbvio
  • Chinese: 明显的
  • Croatian: očit
  • Czech: zřejmý
  • Danish: åbenlys
  • Dutch: duidelijk
  • European Spanish: obvio
  • Finnish: ilmeinen
  • French: évident
  • German: offensichtlich
  • Greek: προφανής
  • Italian: evidente
  • Japanese: 明らかな
  • Korean: 분명한
  • Norwegian: åpenbar
  • Polish: oczywisty
  • European Portuguese: óbvio
  • Romanian: evident
  • Russian: очевидный
  • Latin American Spanish: obvio
  • Swedish: uppenbar
  • Thai: เห็นได้ชัด
  • Turkish: açık kavram
  • Ukrainian: очевидний
  • Vietnamese: rõ ràng
British English: clear-cut ADJECTIVE
Something that is clear-cut is easy to recognize and quite distinct.
This was a clear-cut case of the original landowner being in the right.
British English: evident ADJECTIVE
If something is evident, you notice it easily and clearly.
His footprints were clearly evident in the heavy dust.
British English: self-evident ADJECTIVE
A fact or situation that is self-evident is so obvious that there is no need for proof or explanation.
It is self-evident that we will never have enough resources to meet the demand.

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Translation of évident from the Collins French to English
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