apparently 选择性必修1000 全国卷频次:3 教材出处:译林版选必修B2U4
The kids apparently know the truth.
apparently adv. 显然地；似乎，表面上
Apparently Undaunted 显然无所畏惧
Apparently Their 显然他们
Apparently Unaffected 纯真年代; 唱片名;
apparently drowned 溺水假死
Apparently obviously 明显地
plug apparently 明显地堵住
Apparently Insensible 显然地毫无知觉
reach apparently 明显地达到
Apparently y 一词在句中可放在不同的位置; 显然地;
according to what you have heard or read; according to the way sth appears
Apparently they are getting divorced soon.
He paused, apparently lost in thought.
I thought she had retired, but apparently (= in fact) she hasn’t.
1 [sentence adverb] used to say that you have heard that something is true, although you are not completely sure about it 据说
Apparently the company is losing a lot of money.
I wasn’t there, but apparently it went well.
2 according to the way someone looks or a situation appears, although you cannot be sure 看来，似乎，好像
She turned to face him, her anger apparently gone.
apparent /əˈpærənt/ ●●○ W2 AWL adjective
1 easy to notice 显而易见的；明白的 SYN obvious
it is apparent (that)
It soon became apparent that we had a major problem.
it is apparent from something that
It is apparent from scientific studies that the drug has some fairly nasty side effects.
it is apparent to somebody that
It was apparent to everyone that he was seriously ill.
The difference in quality was immediately apparent.
He left suddenly, for no apparent reason.
2 seeming to have a particular feeling or attitude, although this may not be true 显得…的，表面上的
He did well in his exams, despite his apparent lack of interest in his work.
Origin apparent (1300-1400) Old French Latin, present participle of apparere; → APPEAR
1.ADV 副词据说；未必真实地 You use apparently to indicate that the information you are giving is something that you have heard, but you are not certain that it is true.
【搭配模式】：ADV with cl/group
Apparently the girls are not at all amused by the whole business…
Oil prices fell this week to their lowest level in fourteen months, apparently because of over-production.
2.ADV 副词好像;似乎;看来 You use apparently to refer to something that seems to be true, although you are not sure whether it is or not.
【搭配模式】：ADV with cl/group
The recent deterioration has been caused by an apparently endless recession…
Rudolph said no more. Apparently he was a man of few words.
— used to describe something that appears to be true based on what is known据…所知；看来；显然
The window had apparently been forced open.
We were surprised when their apparently [=seemingly, ostensibly] happy marriage ended after only two years.
Apparently, he died of a heart attack. = He died of a heart attack, apparently. = He apparently died of a heart attack. [=it appears that a heart attack caused his death] 显然，他死于心脏病突发。
“Did the bus leave without us?” “Apparently (so).” [=yes, that seems/appears to be the case] “我们没有赶上公共汽车吧？”“看来是的。”
“Is the bus still here?” “Apparently not.”