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形容词 明显的; 显著的; 平淡无奇的; 自明
1. It was quite obvious that she was not going home.
2. Her displeasure was obvious.
3. It is obvious that she is very clever.
1. It is obvious that the employers shirk their responsibility for labor protection by refusing workers a labor contract.
2. But we often act out of habit - even when it's obvious that a different set of natural laws apply.
3. Weill's obvious sense of sadness about Grasso's absence was shared by others on the exchange.
4. Away from the obvious problems caused across the country by the sheer numbers, the Golden Holiday concept is flawed on another front too.
5. " It's obvious the answer to this question is'No', " Saakashvili said when asked if he would give in to the opposition call.
6. As one of the country's largest industries and exporters directly employing 20m people, the textile sector is an obvious candidate for CSR in China.
7. The only obvious sign that a hurricane was coming was the single white candle that a hotel receptionist gave guests checking in.
8. As perhaps the only person capable of uniting the many different Palestinian groups, he has no obvious successor.
9. Meanwhile, capital inflows and eligible lending demand have seen obvious falls from levels seen in May.
10. The caption said that " there is a heavy military presence in Lhasa ", neglecting the obvious references of First Aid and Red Cross signs on the ambulance.
1. Don't make me state the obvious.
2. I DON`T EVEN NEED TO SAY IT, IT`S OBVIOUS NOW.
3. Results showed that no obvious difference in spore germination was observed between different pH.
4. The results showed that different time, temperature, pH and light irradiation had an obvious effect on spore germination and mycelial growth.
5. The result shows that the impact of the nozzle size is more obvious than that of the primary air rate.
6. The only thing I don't like about it is the slightly obvious sunscreen smell, plus it's a tad greasy when you first apply it. However, that's not a big deal to me.