[ob-vee-uh s] /ˈɒb vi əs/
easily seen, recognized, or understood; open to view or knowledge; evident:
an obvious advantage.
lacking in subtlety.
Obsolete. being or standing in the way.
easy to see or understand; evident
exhibiting motives, feelings, intentions, etc, clearly or without subtlety
naive or unsubtle: the play was rather obvious
(obsolete) being or standing in the way
1580s, “frequently met with,” from Latin obvius “that is in the way, presenting itself readily, open, exposed, commonplace,” from obviam (adv.) “in the way,” from ob “against” (see ob-) + viam, accusative of via “way” (see via). Meaning “plain to see, evident” is first recorded 1630s. Related: Obviously; obviousness.
[ok-si-den-tl] /ˌɒk sɪˈdɛn tl/ adjective 1. (usually initial capital letter) of, relating to, or characteristic of the or its natives and inhabitants. 2. . noun 3. (usually initial capital letter) a native or inhabitant of the . /ˌɒksɪˈdɛntəl/ adjective 1. a literary or formal word for western Compare oriental /ˌɒksɪˈdɛntəl/ adjective 1. of or relating […]
[uh-kloo-zhuh n] /əˈklu ʒən/ noun 1. the act or state of occluding or the state of being occluded. 2. Dentistry. the fitting together of the teeth of the lower jaw with the corresponding teeth of the upper jaw when the jaws are closed. 3. Pathology. closure or blockage of a blood vessel: coronary occlusion. 4. […]
[uh-kloo-siv] /əˈklu sɪv/ adjective 1. or tending to . 2. Phonetics. characterized by or having . noun, Phonetics. 3. a stop that is unreleased, as the p -sound in stop, or deviously released, as the k- sound in acme, acne, or action, the t- sound of catnip, the g- sound of pygmy or ugly. 4. […]
[ok-yuh-puh nt] /ˈɒk yə pənt/ noun 1. a person, family, group, or organization that lives in, occupies, or has quarters or space in or on something: the occupant of a taxicab; the occupants of the building. 2. a tenant of a house, estate, office, etc.; resident. 3. Law. /ˈɒkjʊpənt/ noun 1. a person, thing, etc, […]