Meaning of MANIFEST in English

MANIFEST

1. adj. & v.

--adj. clear or obvious to the eye or mind (his distress was manifest).

--v.

1. tr. display or show (a quality, feeling, etc.) by one's acts etc.

2 tr. show plainly to the eye or mind.

3 tr. be evidence of; prove.

4 refl. (of a thing) reveal itself.

5 intr. (of a ghost) appear.

Derivatives:

manifestation n. manifestative adj. manifestly adv.

Etymology: ME f. OF manifeste (adj.), manifester (v.) or L manifestus, manifestare f. manus hand + festus (unrecorded) struck 2. n. & v.

--n.

1. a cargo-list for the use of customs officers.

2 a list of passengers in an aircraft or of trucks etc. in a goods train.

--v.tr. record (names, cargo, etc.) in a manifest.

Etymology: It. manifesto: see MANIFESTO

Oxford English vocab.      Оксфордский английский словарь.