Visible definitions

vĭz'ə-bəl
Possible to see; perceptible to the eye.

A visible object.

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Manifest; apparent.

No visible solution to the problem.

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On hand; available.

A visible supply.

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Constructed or designed to keep important parts in easily accessible view.

A visible file.

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Represented visually, as by symbols.
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Obvious to the eye.

A visible change of expression.

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Being often in the public view; conspicuous.
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That can be seen; perceptible by the eye.
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That can be perceived or observed; apparent.

No visible improvement.

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On hand or available.

Visible resources.

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So constructed as to bring to view parts or elements that are normally not perceptible.
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Able to be seen.

When the sun rises the world becomes visible.

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The definition of visible is something that can be seen or noticed, or someone or something that is well-known or in the public eye.

When there are stains on your sweater that you can plainly see, these are an example of visible stains.

When a celebrity leads a public life, he is an example of a visible person.

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Origin of visible

From Middle English, from Old French, from Late Latin visibilis (“that may be seen"), from Latin videre (“to see"), past participle visus; see vision.