self–evident

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adjective self–ev·i·dent \-dənt, -ˌdent\

Definition of self–evident

  1. :  evident without proof or reasoning

self–evidently

adverb

First Known Use of self–evident

1671


SELF–EVIDENT Defined for English Language Learners

self-evident

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Definition of self–evident for English Language Learners

  • : clearly true and requiring no proof or explanation


SELF–EVIDENT Defined for Kids

self–evident

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adjective self–ev·i·dent \ˈself-ˈe-və-dənt\

Definition of self–evident for Students

  1. :  clearly true and requiring no proof self-evident truths


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