- adv. 显然地；明白地
- 1.Even they will manifestly behold the Beauty of God in that world.
- 2.Results Early diagnosis and promptly exactitude therapy can manifestly raise recovery rates and reduce complications.
- 3.The earliest alchemical writers whose writings have been in part at least preserved to us were manifestly Alexandrian Greek-Egyptians.
- 1.unmistakably (`plain' is often used informally for `plainly')
- 明白地; 明显化; 显然，明白; 明显;
- MANIF Manifestly
- allowedly broadly expressly manifestly