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man·i·fest

 (măn′ə-fĕst′)
adj.
Clearly apparent to the sight or understanding; obvious. See Synonyms at apparent.
v. man·i·fest·ed, man·i·fest·ing, man·i·fests
v.tr.
1. To show or demonstrate plainly; reveal: "[Her] soft appearance belied her ... steadfastness. She manifested no fear and allowed none in her voice" (Philip Roth).
2.
a. To record in a ship's manifest.
b. To display or present a manifest of (cargo).
v.intr.
To become manifest; be revealed: Depression can manifest as irritability.
n.
1. A list of cargo or passengers carried on a ship or plane.
2. An invoice of goods carried on a truck or train.
3. A list of railroad cars according to owner and location.

[Middle English manifeste, from Old French, from Latin manufestus, manifestus, caught in the act, blatant, obvious; see gwhedh- in Indo-European roots.]

man′i·fest′ly adv.

manifest

(ˈmænɪˌfɛst)
adj
1. easily noticed or perceived; obvious; plain
2. (Psychoanalysis) psychoanal of or relating to the ostensible elements of a dream: manifest content. Compare latent5
vb
3. (tr) to show plainly; reveal or display: to manifest great emotion.
4. (tr) to prove beyond doubt
5. (intr) (of a disembodied spirit) to appear in visible form
6. (Nautical Terms) (tr) to list in a ship's manifest
n
7. (Nautical Terms) a customs document containing particulars of a ship, its cargo, and its destination
8. (Aeronautics) a list of cargo, passengers, etc, on an aeroplane
9. (Railways) a list of railway trucks or their cargo
10. (Railways) chiefly US and Canadian a fast freight train carrying perishables
[C14: from Latin manifestus plain, literally: struck with the hand, from manū with the hand + -festus struck]
ˈmaniˌfestable adj
ˈmaniˌfestly adv
ˈmaniˌfestness n

man•i•fest

(ˈmæn əˌfɛst)

adj.
1. readily perceived by the eye or the understanding; evident: a manifest error.
v.t.
2. to make clear or evident to the eye or the understanding: to manifest disapproval.
n.
3. a list of the cargo or passengers carried by a ship, plane, truck, or train.
[1350–1400; Middle English < Latin manifestus detected in the act, evident, visible]
man′i•fest`a•ble, adj.
man′i•fest`ly, adv.
man′i•fest`ness, n.
syn: See display.

manifest

A document specifying in detail the passengers or items carried for a specific destination.

manifest


Past participle: manifested
Gerund: manifesting

Imperative
manifest
manifest
Present
I manifest
you manifest
he/she/it manifests
we manifest
you manifest
they manifest
Preterite
I manifested
you manifested
he/she/it manifested
we manifested
you manifested
they manifested
Present Continuous
I am manifesting
you are manifesting
he/she/it is manifesting
we are manifesting
you are manifesting
they are manifesting
Present Perfect
I have manifested
you have manifested
he/she/it has manifested
we have manifested
you have manifested
they have manifested
Past Continuous
I was manifesting
you were manifesting
he/she/it was manifesting
we were manifesting
you were manifesting
they were manifesting
Past Perfect
I had manifested
you had manifested
he/she/it had manifested
we had manifested
you had manifested
they had manifested
Future
I will manifest
you will manifest
he/she/it will manifest
we will manifest
you will manifest
they will manifest
Future Perfect
I will have manifested
you will have manifested
he/she/it will have manifested
we will have manifested
you will have manifested
they will have manifested
Future Continuous
I will be manifesting
you will be manifesting
he/she/it will be manifesting
we will be manifesting
you will be manifesting
they will be manifesting
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been manifesting
you have been manifesting
he/she/it has been manifesting
we have been manifesting
you have been manifesting
they have been manifesting
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been manifesting
you will have been manifesting
he/she/it will have been manifesting
we will have been manifesting
you will have been manifesting
they will have been manifesting
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been manifesting
you had been manifesting
he/she/it had been manifesting
we had been manifesting
you had been manifesting
they had been manifesting
Conditional
I would manifest
you would manifest
he/she/it would manifest
we would manifest
you would manifest
they would manifest
Past Conditional
I would have manifested
you would have manifested
he/she/it would have manifested
we would have manifested
you would have manifested
they would have manifested
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.manifest - a customs document listing the contents put on a ship or planemanifest - a customs document listing the contents put on a ship or plane
legal document, legal instrument, official document, instrument - (law) a document that states some contractual relationship or grants some right
law, jurisprudence - the collection of rules imposed by authority; "civilization presupposes respect for the law"; "the great problem for jurisprudence to allow freedom while enforcing order"
Verb1.manifest - provide evidence formanifest - provide evidence for; stand as proof of; show by one's behavior, attitude, or external attributes; "His high fever attested to his illness"; "The buildings in Rome manifest a high level of architectural sophistication"; "This decision demonstrates his sense of fairness"
authenticate - establish the authenticity of something
attest - establish or verify the usage of; "This word is not attested until 1993"
reflect - give evidence of the quality of; "The mess in his dorm room reflects on the student"
reflect - give evidence of a certain behavior; "His lack of interest in the project reflects badly on him"
notarise, notarize - authenticate as a notary; "We had to have the signature notarized"
bear witness, evidence, testify, prove, show - provide evidence for; "The blood test showed that he was the father"; "Her behavior testified to her incompetence"
condemn - demonstrate the guilt of (someone); "Her strange behavior condemned her"
2.manifest - record in a ship's manifestmanifest - record in a ship's manifest; "each passenger must be manifested"
record, enter, put down - make a record of; set down in permanent form
3.manifest - reveal its presence or make an appearance; "the ghost manifests each year on the same day"
appear - come into sight or view; "He suddenly appeared at the wedding"; "A new star appeared on the horizon"
Adj.1.manifest - clearly revealed to the mind or the senses or judgment; "the effects of the drought are apparent to anyone who sees the parched fields"; "evident hostility"; "manifest disapproval"; "patent advantages"; "made his meaning plain"; "it is plain that he is no reactionary"; "in plain view"
obvious - easily perceived by the senses or grasped by the mind; "obvious errors"

manifest

verb
1. display, show, reveal, establish, express, prove, declare, demonstrate, expose, exhibit, set forth, make plain, evince He's only convincing when that inner fury manifests itself.
display hide, cover, deny, mask, conceal, obscure, cover up, refute

manifest

adjectiveverb
1. To make manifest or apparent:
2. To give expression to, as by gestures, facial aspects, or bodily posture:
3. To represent (an abstraction, for example) in or as if in bodily form:
Translations
واضِح، ظاهِريُظْهِر، يَكْشِف عن
očividnýprojevitprokázat
indlysendemanifesterevise
ilmeinenilmoittaamanifestiselvittää
augljóssÿna ljóslega
akivaizdus pavyzdysapraiškaapsireiškimas
izrādītparādītpaust
manifestvrachtbrief
apaçıkaşikârbelli etmekgöstermekmanifesto

manifest

[ˈmænɪfest]
A. ADJmanifiesto, patente
to make sth manifestponer algo de manifiesto
B. VTmanifestar
to manifest itselfmanifestarse
C. N (Naut, Comm) → manifiesto m

manifest

[ˈmænɪfɛst]
vt (= show) [+ feeling, quality] → manifester
to manifest itself (= become apparent) → se manifester
The virus needs two weeks to manifest itself → Le virus met deux semaines à se manifester.
adj [failure, injustice] → manifeste, évident(e)
to be made manifest → se révéler
n [plane, ship] → manifeste m

manifest

adjoffenkundig, offenbar; (= definite)eindeutig; I think it’s manifest that …es liegt doch wohl auf der Hand, dass …; to make something manifestetw klarmachen or deutlich machen; he made it manifest that …er machte klar or deutlich, dass …
n (Naut) → Manifest nt
vrsich zeigen; (Sci, Psych etc) → sich manifestieren; (ghost) → erscheinen; (guilt etc) → sich offenbaren, offenbar werden

manifest

[ˈmænɪˌfɛst]
1. adjevidente, manifesto/a, palese
2. vtmanifestare
3. n (Aer, Naut) → manifesto

manifest

(ˈmӕnifest) verb
to show (clearly). He manifested his character in his behaviour.
adjective
easily seen by the eye or understood by the mind; obvious. manifest stupidity.
ˈmanifestly adverb
ˌmanifeˈstation noun
1. an obvious or clear example. This is another manifestation of his ignorance.
2. the act of showing clearly.

manifest

v. manifestar; expresar; revelar; manifestarse, revelarse.
References in classic literature ?
The Constitution manifests very particular attention to this object.
In fact, Professor, Nature manifests herself in it by her three kingdoms--mineral, vegetable, and animal.
They know that the Sagoths have a spoken language, but they cannot comprehend it, or how it manifests itself, since they have no auditory apparatus.
The Esquimau in his subterranean hut, enjoys some of the comforts of life, and in his canoe, when fully equipped, manifests much skill.
On the whole, then, Anglo-Saxon poetry exhibits the limitations of a culturally early age, but it manifests also a degree of power which gives to Anglo-Saxon literature unquestionable superiority over that of any other European country of the same period.
Yet, though love manifests itself in such different ways that no pair of lovers since the world began is like any other pair before or since, they all express themselves after the same fashion, and the same words are on the lips of every girl, even of the most innocent, convent-bred maiden--the only difference lies in the degree of imaginative charm in their ideas.
He manifests the only correct feelings that can be manifested in the presence of any great misery--that is to say, shame, reverence, embarrassment.
Their belief in the Unseen, so far as it manifests itself at all, seems to be rather a pagan kind; their moral notions, though held with strong tenacity, seem to have no standard beyond hereditary custom.
There was at first a fierce and manifest display of joy, and then it was instantly subdued in a look of cunning coldness.
Wherefore not; since all the powers of nature call so earnestly for the confession of sin, that these black weeds have sprung up out of a buried heart, to make manifest, an outspoken crime?
That the executive head of a nation should be a person of lofty character and extraordinary ability, was manifest and indisputable; that none but the Deity could select that head unerr- ingly, was also manifest and indisputable; that the Deity ought to make that selection, then, was likewise manifest and indisputable; consequently, that He does make it, as claimed, was an unavoidable deduction.
I thought it was pretty manifest that the elderly lady was embarrassed at finding herself in such a conspicuous place arrayed in such cheap apparel; I began to feel sorry for her and troubled about her.