In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1.1(distinctly)(distinguished/marked/visible) claramente(write/speak/think) con claridad(speak/think/write) claramente
- To shut me up he sent me a caption in which the painstaking hours of work were clearly visible.
- A union motion calling for the policy to be scrapped was clearly carried on a show of hands.
- People come forward from the audience and they tell us very clearly how they feel.
- A seed was judged to be germinated when the root tip had clearly penetrated the seed coat.
- Every time they looked up from behind the cash desk the poster was clearly visible.
- They must display both their blue badge and a clock card clearly to say when they first parked.
- Now you hear clearly the sound of the trains and see them towering over the park.
- A run will be clearly visible with this rig; any movement is a take as the bait is dead.
- He also made use of the rule that what is clearly and distinctly perceived is true or real.
- Maybe an ability to see things as clearly as that is a gift you can't get rid of, even if you wanted to.
- Can we create one of our own that is heard as clearly by the public in general?
- We can see the pattern of the upward swing of the interest rate cycle reasonably clearly.
- To identify who I am, a sticker like the one below will clearly be on display.
- She always seems to have something interesting to say, and says it clearly and well.
- The language is very simple and when they have had to use an unusual term it is clearly explained.
1.2(without ambiguity)(speak/show/write) claramente
- These are bonuses that clearly have not been earned by the underlying fund itself.
- There is no rite of passage that so clearly separates the devout from the damned.
- The challenge of how to make money out of downloadable music is clearly too taxing for them.
- He's a man with an immediate warmth and his family clearly means everything to him.
- He's also the sort of person who enjoys debate, but clearly likes to win the argument.
- Gaze at it across the waters from the white sands of Morar and it clearly has two distinct parts.
- At least then they'd have to legally face up to what they're clearly trying to incite.
- It's clearly a problem that so many people think they are ill, but what do ministers do?
- The balance is still not even, but they are clearly doing something better than us.
- They clearly adore these plants and are keen to share their passion with a fresh audience.
- It was a lovely photograph of two young people clearly happy in each other's company.
- The book has been written by a host of people who clearly have expertise in this subject.
- In this adaptation we were clearly meant to think that this was harsh and unfair.
- The ability to analyze a line and see all the moves clearly falls under this ability.
- It is clearly an opportunity we wish to grab to assist in real practical changes.
- With a look of determination about her, the composer is clearly up for the challenge.
- I think the time has come for people to be able to state clearly their wishes in a given situation.
- He is clearly a hard working and sincere musician, who puts every effort into his craft.
- They look to have added class to a squad that clearly has the ability to stand out from the chasing pack.
- Each player must keep the number of cards that they own clearly visible at all times.
2(obviously)it's clearly impossible/absurd — es a todas luces imposible/absurdo
- sentence adverb clearly, this must stop — evidentemente / desde luego, esto se tiene que terminar
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