English translation of प्रत्यक्ष
प्रत्यक्षPowered by COBUILD /pratyaksha/
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1. apparent adjective after link verb
If something is apparent, it is clear and obvious. ⇒ It was apparent that he was very confused.
2. direct adjective, adverb
You use direct to describe something such as contact or a relationship between two things or people which only involves the things or people that are mentioned, with nothing or nobody in between them. ⇒ He was in direct contact with his boss. ⇒ Millions have died this century as a direct result of war. ⇒ Grow the seeds in bright light but out of direct sunlight. ⇒ I can deal direct with your Inspector.
3. evident adjective
If something is evident, you notice it easily and clearly. ⇒ His footprints were clearly evident in the snow. ⇒ It was evident that she had once been beautiful.
4. first-hand adjective
First-hand information or experience is gained directly, rather than from other people. ⇒ She has no first-hand knowledge of Quebec.
5. overt adjective
An overt action or attitude is done or shown in an open and obvious way. ⇒ No one spoke a word of overt criticism about her decision.
6. patent adjective
You use patent to emphasize that the nature or existence of something, especially something bad, is obvious. ⇒ This was patent nonsense.
7. positive adjective before noun
Positive evidence gives definite proof of something. ⇒ We have positive proof that he was the thief.
8. straight adjective before noun
A straight choice or a straight fight involves only two people or things. ⇒ It's a straight choice between low-paid jobs and no jobs.
9. visible adjective
You use visible to describe something or someone that people notice or recognize. ⇒ He made a visible effort to control his temper. → audible, tangible
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