Learn English Grammar From A–Z
1(likeness/difference/change) apreciable(likeness/difference/change) ostensible(fault/drawback) perceptiblehe did it for no discernible reason — no está claro por qué lo hizo
- The carrot's flavour was discernible, but quite distinct from that in a savoury dish.
- The balance of evidence suggests a discernible human influence on global climate.
- Nor are there any evident truths discernible without regard to our historical context.
- There was an almost discernible sigh of relief over evidence of resilience in house prices.
- None of the characters undergo any kind of discernible transformation during their week in the desert.