- adv.据说; 好像，看来，显然
The trouble was sparked off by an apparently harmless phrase.
The occurrence of the disease is apparently related to standards of hygiene.
He was apparently unconcerned by his failure to gain a university place.
With her luggage in her hands , the girl stood looking round in all directions, but apparently no one had come to meet her.
He was apparently much surprised at the news.
Apparently sensitive to criticism, the bull forgot all about the matador and charged at the drunk.
Apparently she did not succeed.
The news had apparently been aimed at stealing the thunder from his visit.
Apparently they are getting divorced soon.
We are faced with two apparently contradictory statements.
The two crimes are apparently unconnected.
Two of them died from apparently unrelated causes.
They are all apparently fit and well and none the worse for the fifteen hour journey.
She was taken to hospital, apparently amnesiac and shocked.
The news apparently came as a complete surprise.
Modern tennis rackets are now apparently 20 per cent lighter.
Apparently he had been unfortunate enough to fall victim to a gang of thugs.
Farmers apparently hold back produce in the hope that prices will rise.
A prisoner collapsed and died yesterday, apparently from natural causes.
The recent deterioration has been caused by an apparently endless recession.
Apparently, well known actors were at these filthy parties.
An apparently failing memory is damaging for a national leader.
The car had apparently hit a traffic sign before skidding out of control.
The army apparently refused point blank to do what was required of them.
It occurs in elderly men, apparently as part of the ageing process.
The reporter apparently obtained a copy of Steve's resignation letter.
Nina can, apparently, levitate a small ball between her hands.
The author thinks her friend made a rational decision in choosing a more hospitable place over an apparently elegant assisted living home.
Pedals apparently has an injured leg or paw that doesn't allow it to walk comfortably on all fours, according to experts.
2017年12月四级真题（第一套）听力 Section A
Psychologists have shown that babies apparently expect their world to comply with the laws of physics and cause and effect as early as two months of age.
2018年12月四级真题（第三套）阅读 Section C
And, apparently, that day has come because seemingly routine operations such as knee replacements are now much more hazardous due to the looming threat of these infections.
It had, apparently, been fished out of existence; and the once mighty Newfoundland fleet now gropes about frantically for crab on the sea floor.
A job application might mention affiliations with groups such as the Wisconsin Association of African-American Lawyers or the National Black Employees Association, the names of which apparently have consequences, and are also beyond their members' control.
Nobody will read papers on apparently ridiculous theories.
Apparently the bus company will be laying off its employees if they can't reach an agreement on wages by midnight.
A finding that was a bit surprising is that to consumers, the inner parts of high-tech devices do apparently matter.
2015年12月六级真题（第二套）听力 Section C
A job application might mention affiliations with groups such as the "Wisconsin Association of African-American Lawyers" or the "National Black Employees Association," the names of which apparently have consequences, and are also beyond their members' con
2015年12月六级真题（第一套）阅读 Section C
According to the researchers, the participants' phones apparently substituted for real friends.
2019年12月六级真题（第三套）阅读 Section A
Apparently, we look down on acquaintances more so than friends.
2019年6月六级真题（第三套）阅读 Section C
Common research has long held that talking themselves through a task helps children learn, although doing so when you'v apparently matured is not a great sign of brilliance.
2017年6月六级真题（第二套）阅读 Section A
However, given that there is at least some evidence for positive effects from some of these lifestyle changes, plus other benefits apparently unrelated to cognitive decline, Burke was willing to offer some recommendations.
2016年6月六级真题（第二套）听力 Section C
The Internet is apparently taking down yet another industry.
2019年6月六级真题（第一套）阅读 Section B
The shock and anger when a social media firm does something with data that people don't expect, even if users have apparently permission, show that the current situation isn't working.
2016年高考英语上海卷 阅读理解 阅读C 原文
A deal is a deal-except, apparently ,when Entergy is involved.
A deal is a deal-except, apparently,when Entergy is involved.
2012年考研真题（英语一）阅读理解 Section Ⅱ
For the rest of the decade she apparently managed both roles without attracting much criticism.
2011年考研真题（英语二）阅读理解 Section Ⅱ
In fact, instead of straining muscles to build them, as exercise does, laughter apparently accomplishes the opposite.
2011年考研真题（英语一）完形填空 Section Ⅰ
Not only are the tasks apparently infinite, the co-workers are much harder to motivate.
2015年考研真题（英语二）阅读理解 Section Ⅱ
Plenty of other species are able to learn, and one of the things they've apparently learned is when to stop.
2009年考研真题（英语一）完形填空 Section Ⅰ
This is apparently the reason MacDonald's restricts the availability of its popular Mcrib - a marketing trick that has turned the pork sandwich into an object of obsession.
2014年考研真题（英语二）阅读理解 Section Ⅱ收起真题例句
1. from appearances alone;
"irrigation often produces bumper crops from apparently desert land"
"the child is seemingly healthy but the doctor is concerned"
"had been ostensibly frank as to his purpose while really concealing it"-Thomas Hardy
"on the face of it the problem seems minor"
2. unmistakably (`plain' is often used informally for `plainly');
"the answer is obviously wrong"
"she was in bed and evidently in great pain"
"he was manifestly too important to leave off the guest list"
"it is all patently nonsense"
"she has apparently been living here for some time"
"I thought he owned the property, but apparently not"
"You are plainly wrong"
"he is plain stubborn"
1. =bring birth,表示"生产,生出小孩"; 2. =come in sight,表示"看见;出现"; 3. =get ready,表示"准备;安置"; 4. =equal,表示"平等"
multiparous 一胎多子的, 经产的, 非初产的, [植]多产的
primiparous 初产的, 初次分娩的
uniparous 每次产一个卵的; 每胎生一子的
separable 可分离的, 可分的
separate 分开的, 分离的
unprepared 无准备的, 即席的, 尚未准备好的
un无+prepare准备+ed……的→adj.无准备的, 即席的, 尚未准备好的
comparable 可比较的, 比得上的
comparative 比较的, 相当的
comparatively 比较地, 相当地
comparative[adj.比较的, 相当的]+ly表副词→adv.比较地, 相当地
transparency 透明, 透明度, 幻灯片, 有图案的玻璃
transparent[[adj.透明的]]→n.透明, 透明度, 幻灯片, 有图案的玻璃
preparation 准备, 预备
pair 一对, 一双