Word: patent

Category: patent

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Related words: patent

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Synonyms: patent

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Translations: patent

spanish
aparente, manifiesto, evidente, obvio, patente


german
patent, klar, einleuchtend, einfach, offenbar, ...

french
déclaré, brevet, licence, manifeste, ostensible, ...

italian
ovvio, manifesto, brevetto, apparente, patente, ...

portuguese
simples, cabeça, manifesto, óbvio, inequívoco, ...

dutch
apert, evident, duidelijk, puur, eenvoudig, ...

russian
грамота, запатентовать, запатентованный, простой, патентный, ...

norwegian
klar, øyensynlig, innlysende, åpenbar, patent

swedish
patent, uppenbar

finnish
ilmeinen, näennäinen, mutkaton, patentti, silminnähtävä, ...

danish
patent

czech
patrný, zjevný, privilegium, výsada, diplom, ...

polish
oczywisty, jawny, patentować, patent, przywilej, ...

hungarian
szabadalom, kiváltságlevél

turkish
belli, basit, sade

ukrainian
грамота, диплом, явний, патент, патентний

bulgarian
патент

estonian
patentne, patenteerima, avatud

croatian
patentirane, znak, očevidan, pečat, patent

icelandic
einkaleyfi

lithuanian
akivaizdus, paprastas, patentas

latvian
patents, vienkāršs, patentēts

romanian
brevet, simplu

slovenian
patent

slovak
patent

Popularity stats: patent

Most searched by regions

District of Columbia, Virginia, California, Massachusetts, New York

Most searched by cities

Alexandria, Cambridge, Irvine, Washington, Arlington

The meaning and "use of": patent

adjective
  • easily recognizable; obvious.
  • (of a vessel, duct, or aperture) open and unobstructed; failing to close.
  • made and marketed under a patent; proprietary.

noun
  • a government authority or licence conferring a right or title for a set period, especially the sole right to exclude others from making, using, or selling an invention.

verb
  • obtain a patent for (an invention).

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