Meaning of MANIFEST in English

MANIFEST

I. verb

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■ NOUN

form

It manifests the highest form of intelligence because it is a form that give shape to intelligence.

They became the spearhead of political disaffection which was usually manifested in, the form of strikes.

ways

Don't be surprised if your grief manifests itself in unexpected ways .

Stress signals can manifest themselves in different ways according to the individual's predisposition and personality.

This may manifest itself in various ways .

This has manifested itself in three ways .

Its inadequacy is manifested in at least two ways .

This variation in form manifests itself in different ways , depending on the language.

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Mountain sickness is usually manifested as headache and tiredness.

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Classical tardive dyskinesia is manifested by the insidious onset of oral-lingual-buccal dyskinesia.

For the character to know and demonstrate their doom, their body must physically manifest the flaw through an impairment.

How you manifest your aspects is your choice entirely.

Originally Delphi manifested the Goddess of Prophecy in a vaporous cave where fumes induced visionary trances.

Subacute combined degeneration of the spinal cord due to vitamin B12 deficiency is a treatable condition manifesting sensory ataxia.

They manifested themselves particularly in language.

They also disagree on how functions are manifested in literary language.

This problem manifests itself when a student forgets to bring home her books or remembers the books but forgets the homework assignments.

II. adjective

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The educational system is a manifest failure.

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As in Prague, Warsaw and East Berlin in those days, people power has been manifest .

In the case of manifest content there is no real problem.

It is then that the full impact of Cobra power is manifest .

On the dang I thought of him as an imposing man in whose face a heightened intelligence and authority was manifest .

That is, it studies the relation between the significances of a text, and the linguistic characteristics in which they are manifest .

That vision was made manifest in the Ford Motor Company.

The doctrine of manifest destiny was distinct from the imperialist dynamic that flourished around the turn of the century.

The mountaintop offers different information-there some grand order seems both manifest and enormous, far larger than the purely human world.

III. noun

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the flight's passenger manifest

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And I can't help seeing the manifests - in any case, I've always been interested in them.

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