English version

be in evidence

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbe in evidencebe in evidenceformalSHOW/BE A SIGN OF to be present and easily seen or noticed The police are always in evidence at football matches. evidence
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be in evidenceThese had been present since early in her life and were in evidence during the play I observed with her parents.No relief attempt was in evidence.Although no birds are in evidence, it is assumed that this Labour is indicated.Unfortunately, only the cheerleaders were in evidence last night.A full centralisation of structure and a more flowing and energetic style - often with greater pictorial content - is in evidence.His playfulness is in evidence this day, too.The police were very much in evidence at the protest.The soldiers are now housed in five-man rooms; duvets, music systems and the occasional television are in evidence.Not many of them were in evidence yesterday, when the first proper snap of autumn was in the air.
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