manifest definition

  • adjective:
    • Clearly obvious towards the sight or comprehension; obvious. See Synonyms at apparent.
    • plain to your sensory faculties, specifically into picture; apparent; distinctly recognized.
    • Obvious on understanding; apparent on head; easily apprehensible; ordinary; maybe not obscure or hidden.
    • Detected; found guilty.
    • plain into the sensory faculties, esp. into the sight; obvious; distinctly identified; for this reason, obvious to the comprehension; obvious towards the mind; effortlessly apprehensible; plain; maybe not obscure or hidden.
    • Detected; found guilty; -- with of.
    • clearly unveiled to the mind or the senses or judgment
  • verb-transitive:
    • to exhibit or demonstrate clearly; reveal: "Mercedes . . . manifested the chaotic abandonment of hysteria” ( Jack London).
    • become evidence of; prove.
    • To capture in a ship's manifest.
    • To display or present a manifest of (cargo).
    • to exhibit clearly; to make to seem distinctly, -- frequently to your brain; to put beyond concern or question; to display; to demonstrate.
    • To exhibit the manifests or prepared invoices of; to declare at the customhouse.
  • noun:
    • A list of cargo or people carried on a ship or airplane.
    • An invoice of goods carried on a truck or train.
    • a listing of railroad automobiles according to owner and location.
    • A public statement; an open declaration; a manifesto or manifestation.
    • an inventory or invoice associated with guests or goods being held by a commercial car or ship.
    • A file containing metadata describing various other data.
    • A public statement; an open statement; a manifesto. See manifesto.
    • a listing or charge of a ship's cargo, containing a description by markings, figures, etc., of every package of goods, become exhibited at the customhouse.
    • A public declaration; an open declaration; a manifesto.
    • A document, finalized by the master of a vessel, containing a summary of all packages or separate components of freight up to speed, making use of their distinguishing markings, numbers, descriptions, location, etc., for the information and make use of associated with the custom-house officers.
    • a customs document listing the items put on a ship or airplane
  • verb:
    • to demonstrate plainly; to make to seem distinctly, usually to the brain; to place beyond question or question; to display; showing.
    • to demonstrate the manifests or prepared invoices of; to declare on customhouse.
    • record in a ship's manifest
    • provide research for; stand as evidence of; program by an individual's behavior, mindset, or external attributes
    • expose its presence or make an appearance
  • others:
    • which may be readily identified by the attention and/or understanding; ready to accept view or even to comprehension; plain; obvious; apparent.
    • to reveal towards eye or to the comprehension; program clearly; place beyond doubt or question; show; display.
    • Synonyms to help make understood, prove, reveal, proof, declare, evince. See contrast under manifest, a.

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