Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Manifest"

The meaning of "Manifest" in various phrases and sentences

Q: O que significa manifest?
A: Lists of people on board each flight
Q: O que significa manifest?
A: In the dictionary there are two definition of manifest would be

Definition 1: the use of action or apparences to show a feeling or quality.
Definition 2:to be of evidence, to prove

In this specific context definition 1 would be more accurate because the girl is using her action (making excuses or lying) to show her feelings.
Q: O que significa manifesting?
A: These days people use it to mean, making something happen

Q: O que significa (manifest itself)?
A: The way that something presents itself, like the physical evidence of something non-physical. E.g. "My anxiety manifests itself in a nail biting habit" or "his wealth was manifest in his many expensive cars"
Q: O que significa manifest?
A: Manifest can also be a form that is put with a shipped item that lists what is in a box. It can also refer to a list of all of the names of the people that are on an airplane or boat.

Example sentences using "Manifest"

Q: Mostra-me frases de exemplo com manifesting.
A: Manifesting is wishing for something to happen in your future

I am manifesting to get my dream job
Let’s manifest to become rich
Q: Mostra-me frases de exemplo com manifesting.
A: for the new year, I am manifesting a happy life
Q: Mostra-me frases de exemplo com manifest .
A: you can manifest anything you want.
he can manifest himself
she manifested no joy
they manifest excitement
Q: Mostra-me frases de exemplo com manifest.
A: @TaipeiGirl: there aren't many common expressions with manifest. Not used often
1) the cold manifests itself during winter
2) bad employee relations are manifested in strikes
Q: Mostra-me frases de exemplo com manifest.
A: Light makes manifest....(Light reveals)

Synonyms of "Manifest" and their differences

Q: Qual é a diferença entre manifest e evince ?
A: @copack

As verbs the difference between manifest and evince
is that manifest is to show plainly; to make to appear distinctly, usually to the mind; to put beyond question or doubt; to display; to exhibit while evince is to show or demonstrate clearly; to manifest
Q: Qual é a diferença entre manifest e clarify ?
A: Manifest is to make itself known and clarify is to make something clear. Manifest is usually unknown and then revealed, whereas clarify is making something that is already there more understood. One is more revealing and the other is more refining.
Q: Qual é a diferença entre manifest e demonstrate e prove ?
A: Demonstrate and prove can be synonyms, but all three have very different uses...

Definitions from Webster's Dictionary:
prove - "to show the existence, truth, or correctness of (something) by using evidence, logic, etc." / " to show (oneself) to be worthy or capable"
It originates from the Latin probare, "to test."

demonstrate - "to prove or make clear by reasoning or evidence" / "to illustrate and explain especially with many examples"
It originates from the Latin monstrare, "to show."

I would say prove can be used more generally than demonstrate because demonstrate is specifically related to showing someone something. Some examples...
"Before they can arrest him, the detectives need to prove that Tom committed the crime." is correct.
"Before they can arrest him, the detectives need to demonstrate how they know that Tom committed the crime." is also correct.
"The teacher gave a pop quiz for his students to prove that they had done the reading homework." is correct.
"The teacher gave a pop quiz for his students to demonstrate their knowledge of the reading homework." is also correct.
"Nick wants to prove himself to the coach of his baseball team." is correct.
"Nick wants to demonstrate his skill to the coach of his baseball team." is unnatural and holds a different meaning. (...because "to prove oneself" does not specify what about oneself one wants to prove, but "demonstrate his skill" does. But "demonstrate" alone is insufficient.)
Also: "The coach asked Nick to demonstrate his pitch to the younger members of the team." is correct, but "The coach asked Nick to prove his pitch to the younger members of the team." is not.

Manifest is usually unrelated to demonstrate or prove. But it is a difficult word.
Definition:
adjective: "able to be seen / clearly shown or visible / easy to understand or recognize"
verb: "to show (something) clearly"
In my opinion, manifest also means to show but is less scientific than demonstrate. It is also something that people do not do. For example...
"Javier manifested his project to the class." is incorrect. Manifest cannot be used in place of demonstrate or show.
"Camille's upbringing manifested itself in the way she spoke." is correct.
"Jackie's depression began to manifest itself after the family dog died." is correct.
"Racism can be manifested in every aspect of American life." is correct.

I think manifest is closer to reveal than to demonstrate. It is not at all related to prove.
But it is not common to use manifest anyway.

Sorry this is so long! I hope it helps!! :)

Translations of "Manifest"

Q: Como é que se diz isto em Inglês (EUA)? manifest
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Other questions about "Manifest"

Q: "This manifests itself in the workplace where workers are often required to do what they are told with workloads added at will."
In above sentence, does the word "with" mean "related to"?
A: ​​"This manifests itself in the workplace where workers are often required to do what they are told when it is very possible workloads will be added at will."
Is that better?
Q: You manifest what you believe, not what you want. soa natural?
A: Yes, sounds very native.

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