conspicuous

conspicuous
وَاضِح \ plain: easy to see or understand; clear: His anxiety was plain (His face showed it). It was quite plain from the map where they had gone wrong. broad: (of speech) strongly marked: He speaks English with a broad Irish accent. clear: easy to understand; free from doubt: His meaning was not clear. It is clear that he was wrong, easy to hear or see The sound of the radio was very clear. Please speak clearly. conspicuous: easily noticed: the tall man was conspicuous among the crowd. definite: certain; clear: a definite plan of action. distinct: clear; easily heard or seen: distinct sound; a distinct improvement. evident: plain and clear to the mind: It’s evident that you weren’t listening. Evidently you were asleep. intelligible: clear to the mind; easily understood: A baby’s speech is often not intelligible except to its mother. legible: (of handwriting or print) clear enough to be read. lucid: clear, easily understood: He gave a lucid explanation of the way in which the machine worked. marked: clearly noticeable: a marked improvement. obvious: easily seen or understood: Her grief was obvious; she was silently weeping. \ See Also جلي (جَلِيّ)، بارز (بَارِز)، بين (بَيِّن)، محدد (مُحَدَّد)‏

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  • conspicuous — [kən spik′yo͞o əs] adj. [L conspicuus, open to view < conspicere, to look at, observe < com , intens. + specere, see: see SPY] 1. easy to see or perceive; obvious [a conspicuous billboard] 2. attracting attention by being unexpected,… …   English World dictionary

  • Conspicuous — Con*spic u*ous, a. [L. conspicuus, fr. conspicere to get sight of, to perceive; con + spicere, specere, to look. See {Spy}] 1. Open to the view; obvious to the eye; easy to be seen; plainly visible; manifest; attracting the eye. [1913 Webster] It …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • conspicuous — I adjective apparent, clarus, clear, clear cut, conspicuus, definite, discernible, discoverable, distinct, distinguishable, distinguished, evident, exposed, exposed to view, flagrant, in bold relief, in evidence, in plain sight, in the foreground …   Law dictionary

  • conspicuous — 1540s, from L. conspicuus visible, open to view, striking, from conspicere to look at, observe, see, notice, from com , intensive prefix (see COM (Cf. com )), + specere (see SCOPE (Cf. scope) (1)). Phrase conspicuous by its absence (1859) is said …   Etymology dictionary

  • conspicuous — The phrase conspicuous by its (or one s) absence is a cliché. See clichés …   Modern English usage

  • conspicuous — [adj1] obvious, easily seen apparent, clear, discernible, distinct, evident, manifest, noticeable, open and shut*, patent, perceptible, plain, visible; concept 619 Ant. concealed, hidden, imperceptible, inconspicuous, obscure, secret,… …   New thesaurus

  • conspicuous — ► ADJECTIVE 1) clearly visible. 2) attracting notice; notable: conspicuous bravery. DERIVATIVES conspicuously adverb. ORIGIN Latin conspicuus, from conspicere look at attentively …   English terms dictionary

  • conspicuous — prominent, salient, signal, *noticeable, remarkable, striking, arresting, outstanding Analogous words: patent, manifest, *evident, distinct, obvious: eminent, celebrated, illustrious (see FAMOUS) Antonyms: inconspicuous Contrasted words: *common …   New Dictionary of Synonyms

  • conspicuous — con|spic|u|ous [kənˈspıkjuəs] adj [Date: 1500 1600; : Latin; Origin: conspicuus, from conspicere to get to see , from com ( COM ) + specere to look ] 1.) very easy to notice ≠ ↑inconspicuous ▪ The notice must be displayed in a conspicuous place.… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • conspicuous — [[t]kənspɪ̱kjuəs[/t]] 1) ADJ GRADED If someone or something is conspicuous, people can see or notice them very easily. The most conspicuous way in which the old politics is changing is in the growing use of referendums... You may feel tearful in… …   English dictionary

  • conspicuous — adj. VERBS ▪ be, feel, look, seem ▪ become ▪ make sb ▪ Its yellow skin makes it highly conspicuous …   Collocations dictionary

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