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immediately obvious/apparent

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishimmediately obvious/apparentimmediately obvious/apparentable to be seen or understood very easily The solution to this problem is not immediately obvious. immediately
Examples from the Corpus
immediately obvious/apparentIt may be obvious that the postholes represent structures, but little else may be immediately apparent.On the other hand, no new direction was immediately apparent.Over half a million people have watched the first two Tests and two things are immediately obvious.The reason for this difficulty is immediately apparent.As is immediately obvious, a psychotherapy based on this approach is quite different from one based on the older questions.Once a site is put back into production, it may not be immediately obvious that the archaeological sites have been destroyed.The distinction between primary and secondary sources will not always be immediately obvious to the pupil.
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