Incorrect spelling, explanation:
apparant is a mistaken form because English took this form, apparent, from Latin (apparere). This mistake with spelling with a instead of e is probably confusing for French users, where the form is aparant – with a. Nonetheless, in English the correct form is apparent.
Correct spelling, explanation: apparent is the correct form because the word comes from Latin apparere, which is also spelled with e, not a. Therefore
apparant is an incorrect spelling, which might have appeared due to French spelling (aparant). However, in English, the correct form is apparent.
Definition of apparent:
adjective, supposed, likely; visible
There is no apparent objection for Jim to represent us at the conference.
It is apparent that Katie will have to retake the exam.
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