English version

obviously

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishobviouslyob‧vi‧ous‧ly /ˈɒbviəsli $ ˈɑːb-/ ●●● S1 W2 AWL adverb  OBVIOUSused to mean that a fact can easily be noticed or understood syn clearly We’re obviously going to need more help. Your research has obviously been very thorough. Obviously, this is going to take some time. Cost is obviously important. She frowned and was obviously puzzled.
Examples from the Corpus
obviouslyWhile obviously busy and gearing up for a big night, the servers here were ever mindful of their dining patrons.Or that the only purpose of it is for procreation, which is obviously disproved in the above passage.The barber was obviously drunk.But the reverse is true when an attorney represents a person who is obviously guilty or whose guilt is widely perceived.He obviously likes you.We obviously need some protection against patronage hiring and firing.She's obviously prepared to put up with your terms.It obviously takes it out of you, being working class.This is very obviously the approach of some one writing exclusively and specifically for the young.The winner is obviously the player with the intact conker.
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