translucent vs opaque vs transparent

translucent opaque transparent

Definitions

  • 1) Clear, lucid, or transparent.
  • 2) Allowing light to pass through, but diffusing it.
  • 3) Transmitting light but causing sufficient diffusion to prevent perception of distinct images.
  • 4) Transmitting rays of light without permitting objects to be distinctly seen; partially transparent.
  • 5) Poetic Transparent; clear.
  • 6) allowing light to pass through diffusely
  • 7) Transparent;clear.

Definitions

  • 1) obsolete, poetic An area of darkness; a place or region with no light.
  • 2) Something which is opaque rather than translucent.
  • 3) Something that is opaque, especially an opaque pigment used to darken parts of a photographic print or negative.
  • 4) That which is opaque; opacity.
  • 5) Opacity.
  • 6) Something opaque; specifically, a shade which can be worn over the forehead to protect the eyes from brilliant light.
  • 7) computing Describes a type for which higher-level callers have no knowledge of data values or their representations; all operations are carried out by the type's defined abstract operators.
  • 8) Allowing little light to pass through, not translucent or transparent.
  • 9) figuratively Unclear, unintelligible, hard to get or explain the meaning of
  • 10) figuratively Obtuse, stupid.
  • 11) Neither reflecting nor emitting light.
  • 12) Impenetrable by a form of radiant energy other than visible light.
  • 13) Mentally obtuse; dense.
  • 14) Not reflecting light; having no luster.
  • 15) Impenetrable by light; neither transparent nor translucent.
  • 16) So obscure as to be unintelligible.
  • 17) Impervious to the rays of light; not transparent.
  • 18) colloq. Obscure; not clear; unintelligible.
  • 19) not transmitting or reflecting light or radiant energy; impenetrable to sight
  • 20) not clearly understood or expressed
  • 21) transitive To make, render (more) opaque.
  • 22) Torenderopaque.

Definitions

  • 1) A costume consisting of a dress of lace, tulle, gauze, or other thin fabric, worn over another dress of rich material. This fashion seems to have been introduced about 1675.
  • 2) of a material or object See-through, clear; having the property that light passes through it almost undisturbed, such that one can see through it clearly.
  • 3) Obvious; readily apparent; easy to see or understand.
  • 4) of a system or organization Open, public; having the property that theories and practices are publicly visible, thereby reducing the chance of corruption.
  • 5) Permeable to electromagnetic radiation of specified frequencies, as to visible light or radio waves.
  • 6) Free from guile; candid or open.
  • 7) Easily seen through or detected; obvious.
  • 8) Capable of transmitting light so that objects or images can be seen as if there were no intervening material. synonym: clear.
  • 9) Obsolete Shining through; luminous.
  • 10) Open to public scrutiny; not hidden or proprietary.
  • 11) So fine in texture that it can be seen through; sheer.
  • 12) Having the property of transmitting rays of light, so that bodies can be distinctly seen through; pervious to light; diaphanous; pellucid; ; -- opposed to opaque.
  • 13) Admitting the passage of light; open; porous.
  • 14) so thin as to transmit light
  • 15) transmitting light; able to be seen through with clarity
  • 16) easily understood or seen through (because of a lack of subtlety)
  • 17) free of deceit

Examples

  • 1) Their leader was a thin man with translucent skin and a tight little mouth.
  • 2) She has nearly translucent skin, wide blue eyes and a transfer tattoo on her neck.
  • 3) Gently fry the onions and garlic in butter and chilli oil till soft and translucent.
  • 4) Try applying a little translucent powder to lips after your lipstick.
  • 5) Fry until the onions are soft and translucent.
  • 6) Keep all your hard work in place with loose translucent powder.
  • 7) Dice the sweet onion and cook in a pan in olive oil until translucent and soft.
  • 8) For extra hold pat translucent powder or matching powder shadow on top.
  • 9) Chop the half onion thinly and fry under low heat so that it becomes soft and translucent.
  • 10) Fry until very soft and translucent.
  • 11) Keep your lipstick and some lip gloss handy, some translucent powder to dab the shine.
  • 12) If you overdo it, tone it down with a little translucent powder.
  • 13) For a matte effect with any lippy, lightly dust with translucent powder.
  • 14) I love the way silk catches the light and becomes translucent.
  • 15) While I had been sleeping the light outside became translucent.
  • 16) That was before the lines, the translucent skin, the folds.
  • 17) And some pale skin is translucent; you can almost see through it - you can see little veins.
  • 18) Slice the onions and brown in the oil in a non-stick frying pan, adding the mushrooms when the onions have become translucent and light brown.
  • 19) ‘The thick, translucent slices were encased in a light batter that was appropriately oily.’
  • 20) ‘Choose a translucent powder to blend with your skin tone and apply with a puff or brush.’
  • 21) ‘The adhesive dries to a semi translucent plastic but can be coloured.’
  • 22) ‘Like the two bathrooms directly above it on the first floor, it, too, is daylit through a wall of translucent glass blocks.’
  • 23) ‘Put in a heavy saucepan with the olive oil and fry over a moderate heat for a few minutes until the onion is translucent.’
  • 24) ‘The rusted wire was draped with a coat of translucent ice, the frozen water hanging down in inverted spires.’
  • 25) ‘He would have placed a screen of some translucent material, perhaps oiled paper supported on glass, in the opening.’
  • 26) ‘On top of it all was a flimsy, translucent material embedding the palm trees picture.’
  • 27) ‘It was served to us with a translucent cookie studded with whole roasted pumpkin seeds.’
  • 28) ‘Whereas most walls were brick or concrete, her wall was made of a translucent stone.’
  • 29) ‘It makes a light-textured, translucent paste without any flavour of its own, and will set to an almost clear gel.’
  • 30) ‘Its surface is covered by an inorganic, orange-yellow translucent material.’
  • 31) ‘The jug had been sealed with a large disc of cork, onto which about half an inch of translucent wax had been poured as an airtight seal.’
  • 32) ‘In the front, translucent fabric is backed with a solid to create a precise tone.’
  • 33) ‘The light was a soft translucent blue that became brighter or darker depending on my depth.’
  • 34) ‘The business end is translucent and has some light emitting diodes inside.’
  • 35) ‘Our home base was a huge glowing translucent submarine, shaped like a blimp.’
  • 36) ‘It would have been dark except for the light coming from the translucent side panels.’
  • 37) ‘Her hair was so white it glowed softly in the gray light and her skin was translucent.’
  • 38) ‘The drive was long and windy and I enjoyed the sun on my translucent skin.’

Examples

  • 1) It would hamper investigations and make trials more opaque to the public.
  • 2) Making up one side of this hall are two floors of viewing rooms with opaque glass walls.
  • 3) The most basic elements in the narrative remain opaque.
  • 4) Her window on the outside world is now opaque.
  • 5) Elegant opaque glass lights hang from the ceilings.
  • 6) Characters arrive encrusted with pages and pages of back story yet somehow manage to remain opaque.
  • 7) But the business of how we guard and are guarded against online theft seems much more opaque and difficult.
  • 8) Time to hit the opaque tights.
  • 9) No opaque or flowery language: it just did exactly what it said on the bottle.
  • 10) He worried endlessly, for he is far more insecure than the opaque hard man many imagine.
  • 11) Which is why it's so alarming that opaque tights are in fashion.
  • 12) It is intangible, opaque and difficult to understand.
  • 13) Instead of shedding a light on the wheeling and dealing surrounding player payments and transfers, they actually make it more opaque.
  • 14) Lower users are paying more for their energy because of the opaque system used to charge Britons for their gas and electricity.
  • 15) It floods the car with light and on a hot day there's a button that can turn it from transparent to opaque.
  • 16) Who, after all, can object to a less opaque tax system and sizzling summer sunshine?
  • 17) The payday loans business is notoriously opaque, with more than 200 firms targeting consumers who are struggling to pay their bills.
  • 18) And now my chains are to be broken; I shall mount above these clouds and opaque airs in which I live, —opaque, though they seem transparent, —and from the heaven of truth I shall see and comprehend my relations.
  • 19) That was the agreed signal, a word opaque enough to confuse anyone trying to listen in.
  • 20) Pensions & Investment Research Consultants Ltd., or Pirc, recommends voting against the remuneration report, because of what it calls "opaque" disclosure and "overly complex" structure of executives' packages.
  • 21) Paul vowed in an interview with The Hill last month that as chairman he would shine a light on the Fed's policies, which he called opaque and destructive.
  • 22) They have told us that our atmosphere is what they call opaque, so that the stars are not visible, and then they were surprised that we know stars, that we know their music and the movements of their dance far better than beings like you who spend hours studying them through what you call telescopes.
  • 23) The value of such a discovery was obvious from the first; and was still further enhanced by the discovery made shortly that, photographic plates are affected by the rays, thus making it possible to make permanent photographic records of pictures through what we know as opaque substances.
  • 24) To get there, Artprice limited its scope to fine-art sales at public auctions, filtering out results from what they refer to as the "opaque" gallery market.
  • 25) ‘These consist of arrays of pixels, each made of a material that varies from being transparent to opaque depending on the size of the electrical voltage you apply to it.’
  • 26) ‘Brookite is a transparent to opaque mineral that occurs in various shades of red- and yellow-brown through dark brown to black.’
  • 27) ‘Males immediately began displaying to one another through the transparent partition after the opaque partition was removed.’
  • 28) ‘Redwood gazebos will look and perform best with the application of a transparent, semi-transparent or opaque finish.’
  • 29) ‘Drawings described simply as ‘watercolours’ are often found to be executed in a combination of both transparent and opaque pigments.’
  • 30) ‘Most use a combination of transparent and opaque watercolors, and their original works are about twice the size of the printed plates.’
  • 31) ‘The surfaces of these complex, radically vertiginous paintings are built up with transparent and opaque acrylics.’
  • 32) ‘Acrylic also comes in various transparent or opaque colours.’
  • 33) ‘The crystals range from nearly opaque through translucent to transparent.’
  • 34) ‘Most are pinkish purple and range from transparent to almost opaque, the latter often being extensively cracked.’
  • 35) ‘The work is viewed on a screen behind which drawings, puppets, and backdrops are illuminated using opaque and transparent projections.’
  • 36) ‘Out of them came only egg yolk and egg white, firm and opaque or runny and transparent to be sure, but never any sort of baby bird.’
  • 37) ‘Its refinement however, and the shifting play of the opaque and transparent, suggests descent from the traditional Japanese house.’
  • 38) ‘Alternatively, you might replace transparent glass with the opaque frosted or acid-etched variety.’
  • 39) ‘As far as the gem folks are concerned, it is not much of an exaggeration to say that they see gems as either transparent or opaque.’
  • 40) ‘The mediums vary from high gloss to matte, transparent to opaque, bold to nuanced.’
  • 41) ‘Although most of the beryl is fractured and opaque, a few transparent crystals have been found.’
  • 42) ‘Beyond was a flurry of activity as men and women in white lab coats bustled around a dozen or so large, cylindrical vats containing a nearly opaque, viscous liquid.’
  • 43) ‘Occasionally, they hold their hands out to the passing crowd asking for handouts, taking turns to sip an opaque liquid from a plastic container.’
  • 44) ‘By now you will have a wooden container full of an insipid yellowish opaque liquid and a sieve full of mash.’
  • 45) ‘The logical chain leading from recovery from illness to an understanding of the animals' language is similarly opaque.’
  • 46) ‘Derrida neglected to discuss alternatives except in language so opaque it is impossible to decipher.’
  • 47) ‘But his tendency towards dull speeches, opaque language and meandering responses to questions almost undid him.’
  • 48) ‘The bill's language was opaque enough that opponents worried it would impact fishing, too.’
  • 49) ‘But then again, it's exactly with such opaque language that committees like to dig their way out of trouble.’
  • 50) ‘Topics that had once appeared impossibly opaque to even the most determined of scholars now almost promiscuously invite inquiry and controversy.’
  • 51) ‘He believed that there do exist necessary connections in nature, even though these connections are opaque to human understanding.’
  • 52) ‘Broadly speaking, its function is to help us express and regulate our emotional lives, which are confusing and sometimes opaque to us.’
  • 53) ‘The process isn't necessarily racist or sexist, it's just totally opaque to anyone who isn't a student politics geek.’
  • 54) ‘Though the differential is striking, its meaning may be somewhat opaque to non-specialists: everybody dies in the end, after all.’
  • 55) ‘The existing products emphasize process and procedure and tend to be so opaque to the user that they are not trusted for speculative work.’
  • 56) ‘Online voting systems will use technology that is opaque to voters.’
  • 57) ‘I say to the Minister that someone must have thought through what that means, but it is completely opaque to me.’
  • 58) ‘This was part of an effort to increase the transparency of hedge funds, which are notoriously opaque to investors and regulators.’
  • 59) ‘The explanations are about as opaque to the uninitiated as the phrases themselves.’
  • 60) ‘Moreover, by invoking Nahuatl and speaking in tongues, he dramatizes the opaque materiality of language.’
  • 61) ‘Shakespeare was an experimental writer whose business was ‘to present character in all its inaccessibility, in language at least as opaque as necessary’.’
  • 62) ‘This is the opaque, convoluted language quoted in the decision handed down four days ago by the current US Supreme Court.’
  • 63) ‘I find conversation about football utterly opaque and uninteresting.’
  • 64) ‘The Federal Reserve chairman is famous for his opaque remarks and abstruse topics.’
  • 65) ‘To be honest, it's a relief when summer is over and we can get back into good old black opaques, which cover a multitude of shortcomings.’
  • 66) ‘And to think that we used to spend the dark winter months hibernating our legs away in a cocoon of black opaques!’
  • 67) ‘A clear liquid that instantly and permanently repairs sheer hosiery, pantyhose, tights, opaques, knee-highs, and socks, it's much more efficient than the old nail-polish fix your mom taught you.’

Examples

  • 1) But it is one that is open and transparent.
  • 2) Indeed, it's an absolutely central part of our justice system that it remains open and transparent.
  • 3) Its ability to run a just and transparent democracy is far less apparent.
  • 4) Plastic is popular becomes it comes in a variety of forms and is light and often transparent.
  • 5) Stop irresponsible advertising and instead provide clear and transparent information.
  • 6) The masking must be behind the transparent object.
  • 7) We need a more open and transparent system.
  • 8) My account of what had happened to me was sealed in a transparent plastic bag as evidence.
  • 9) This has always been a very open and transparent exercise.
  • 10) Not all companies are ready to make transactions fully transparent at the booking stage.
  • 11) This more transparent charging system should benefit most investors.
  • 12) If you do buy it in transparent plastic or glass bottles store it in a darkened cupboard.
  • 13) Does that not undermine a system that you have insisted had to be open and transparent?
  • 14) One can do a very transparent and clear archaeology of fear if you look at heights of different walls.
  • 15) It is 200 times stronger than steel but six times lighter and is almost perfectly transparent.
  • 16) A transparent object simply shows its background.
  • 17) A lot of work has been done in the past few years and literature is now clear and transparent.
  • 18) I'd make things more transparent so we can see more clearly how our money is being spent.
  • 19) This should be a transparent, almost public, process.
  • 20) It is the synthetic funds that are causing the concern, while physical ETFs are regarded by most as transparent and easy to understand.
  • 21) A single atom of carbon thick, graphene is 200 times stronger than steel but flexible and almost transparent.
  • 22) Van Eyck secured his drawing in dark, then threw a pale transparent middle tint over the whole, and recovered his _highest_ lights; all was _transparent_ except these.
  • 23) Also we have -- what we call the transparent tour group vendors for our customers to make sure every customer that we know what exactly they would do during their leisure products itinerary.
  • 24) Verizon Wireless done transparent from the start that the Droid smartphone was designed to put vigour upon Apple, the builder of the iPhone, as well as AT&T (T), the exclusive U.S. iPhone carrier.
  • 25) Moreover, they are staffed by professionals who maintain transparent funding pipelines and reduce compliance challenges for partnering NGO's.
  • 26) What should be transparent is the decision and its implementation.
  • 27) There are some stickers, which are not of very good quality and comprise of a thin transparent film which is printed with a design followed by a layer of top coat, which leads to the weakening of the glue and the fading of the design.
  • 28) ‘Specific wavelengths are absorbed as light passes through a transparent gem or is reflected from the surface of an opaque gem.’
  • 29) ‘She whipped about, sending black curls dancing, and plastered her body to the thick layer of transparent material behind her.’
  • 30) ‘They were made of a transparent material that allowed the warriors to see inside.’
  • 31) ‘The composition is effective through the use of converging diagonals and the play of light on the transparent materials.’
  • 32) ‘Painted in light, transparent oil paints, they appear to be isolated from their surrounding, often forming a direct relationship with the spectator.’
  • 33) ‘Silicon is naturally transparent to infrared light waves, so photons passing through it usually have no effect.’
  • 34) ‘A mixed media approach was adopted with transparent fabrics and various materials used along side hardware products.’
  • 35) ‘The transparent glass railing allows guests to see the entire stage.’
  • 36) ‘But what makes it even more unique is its transparent fabric, which allows for amazing underwater viewing.’
  • 37) ‘Glass is transparent, it refracts light, it may be coloured and it may be surface decorated by cutting, grinding, sand blasting and painting.’
  • 38) ‘The projection screen is fabricated of a substantially transparent material, such as glass or plastic.’
  • 39) ‘These fibrils are too small to scatter light, and so the material is virtually transparent.’
  • 40) ‘For the scientists too, the pyramid is a fascinating object of study, especially when made of glass or other transparent material.’
  • 41) ‘That sort of element of surprise keeps me intrigued by transparent materials and trickery - how you can fool the eye with light and shadows cast.’
  • 42) ‘Then there are the transparent materials which show everything, and I do mean everything.’
  • 43) ‘One advantage of PVC is that, unlike most transparent materials, it is soft.’
  • 44) ‘Glass is not the only transparent material, but it may have been the most important.’
  • 45) ‘They're gloves made of a transparent material.’
  • 46) ‘The little shrunken body had become almost transparent.’
  • 47) ‘The wares were characterized by a brilliant white body and thin transparent glazes.’
  • 48) ‘Despite his transparent attempt to slip this out unnoticed, he has to explain why he apparently broke the law.’
  • 49) ‘The entire ad is built around an entirely intentional and fairly transparent attempt to deceive viewers.’
  • 50) ‘His frantic attempts, transparent and pathetic, to remould himself into something he is not compromised his dignity.’
  • 51) ‘Looks like that last-ditch and blatantly transparent attempt at a smear campaign didn't work at all.’
  • 52) ‘The deal included modest increases in pension benefits, a transparent attempt to win support from older and higher-seniority longshoremen at the expense of the work force as a whole.’
  • 53) ‘We assumed that he could see right through the fairly transparent seduction attempts that people were laying in front of him practically every five minutes.’
  • 54) ‘They publish and broadcast fluffy, weak, and uncritical stories in a transparent attempt to ingratiate themselves to communities.’
  • 55) ‘This is a pretty transparent attempt to parrot the administration line that this is nothing more than another beltway tempest in a teapot.’
  • 56) ‘His chances of career survival are made bleaker by his transparent and clumsy attempts to turn himself into the victim.’
  • 57) ‘Its elections a few months ago were a sham, a transparent attempt to provide a democratic cloak for a body which is anything but democratic.’
  • 58) ‘This was a transparent attempt to prove his toughness on crime.’
  • 59) ‘The transparent attempts to come across as wise and selfless only increase my distaste for this woman.’
  • 60) ‘He charged that the government had reversed itself in a transparent attempt to get rid of him.’
  • 61) ‘The Army's inspector general report is a transparent attempt at damage control.’
  • 62) ‘This was a transparent attempt on her part to increase her equalization payment.’
  • 63) ‘It's a fairly transparent attempt by the Prime Minister to avoid scrutiny and further revealing of the truth whilst trying to appear not to be doing so.’
  • 64) ‘Too few examine the transparent social conditions that conspire to make them the easiest targets for murder.’
  • 65) ‘Again, no rational person could view such transparent nonsense as genuine apologies.’
  • 66) ‘But it is too pat, and though he may joke about such transparent, easily reduced motivations, he clings too strongly to them.’
  • 67) ‘It is a broad issue, first of all, about culture, about having an open and transparent culture, and about changing that culture.’
  • 68) ‘Essentially, the conference founders are perfectly transparent and open about their perspectives, so I have only admiration for them in that regard.’
  • 69) ‘It is very open and transparent and we are held up in Europe as an example of good practice.’
  • 70) ‘Well, I've made my point of view very clear, very open, very transparent and on the record and now it is up to him to answer those questions.’
  • 71) ‘Of course we understand that, by reason of its stewardship of the nation's security, the MoD cannot always be as open and transparent in its dealings as other government departments.’
  • 72) ‘You decided to become transparent, Western, open, et cetera.’
  • 73) ‘They urged the government to properly consider public emotions over this high-attention case, and they said that the best strategy is to be open and transparent.’
  • 74) ‘We want to be open and transparent about everything.’
  • 75) ‘It is genuinely open, transparent and accessible.’
  • 76) ‘It has not been as transparent and as open as promised.’
  • 77) ‘We need to release our fears, to be open and transparent.’
  • 78) ‘‘In terms of being open, democratic or transparent, it has totally failed in that regard,’ he said.’
  • 79) ‘Now I don't think anything can be more open, transparent and reasonable’
  • 80) ‘Some of it is due to the fact that we have more open and transparent societies and thus discovery of abuses is easier.’
  • 81) ‘His observations underscored my basic conviction that broad-based prosperity is only created in an open, transparent society where things are done according to the rule of law.’
  • 82) ‘‘The bilateral interactions and exchanges between the two countries have been sound, open and transparent,’ he said.’
  • 83) ‘If the government wants to introduce identity cards let it be through open and transparent discussion and ultimately through the ballot box.’
  • 84) ‘The council had taken a decision on the gas in the best interests of the county and it was done in an open, frank, professional and transparent way.’
  • 85) ‘However, so long as such activities are open and transparent, they will be subject to public scrutiny.’
  • 86) ‘If the companies decided that the Government was not playing a fair game with them, and felt that there was no open, fair and transparent procedure, they would go somewhere else, he said.’
  • 87) ‘But that role in turn has to be carried out in a fully accountable and transparent way.’
  • 88) ‘I submit that they have never demonstrated the existence of such a machine in an open and transparent way.’
  • 89) ‘States should also take steps to ensure that any deprivation of life is fully investigated in an open and transparent way.’
  • 90) ‘The auto makers complain your organization isn't transparent.’
  • 91) ‘In a transparent organization, the right vendor can reach the right person.’
  • 92) ‘I believe that gives the public some certainty that this is an open, transparent process.’
  • 93) ‘‘I am satisfied because the winner was chosen in a completely open and transparent procedure,’ he said.’
  • 94) ‘It will be done in a competitive and transparent way.’
  • 95) ‘They received public money yet failed to be accountable or transparent for their activities.’
  • 96) ‘Although there are good reasons for that protection, it needs to be properly balanced with a transparent process for public complaint.’
  • 97) ‘The best candidate won in a fully transparent procedure, she said.’
  • 98) ‘But unless I'm mistaken, the invitation itself wasn't made as a result of a transparent process, with public comments.’
  • 99) ‘The rules provide a framework for public competition; ensuring commercial leasing is a fair, open, impartial and transparent process.’
  • 100) ‘Indeed, public auctions of the items would be the fairest and most transparent manner to sell the goods.’
  • 101) ‘The process by which products are selected needs to be open and transparent, not carried out behind closed doors.’
  • 102) ‘Have exhaustive hearings and do all of that so it's open and transparent, and everybody can participate in it.’
  • 103) ‘The process is transparent to the user, who clicks on a link on the host site and is transported to a shopping site bearing the original site's branding.’
  • 104) ‘To the user this process is transparent, only the CPU knows in what order the instructions were actually executed.’
  • 105) ‘When the server is configured to handle a page redirection, the process is transparent to the user and causes no problems.’
  • 106) ‘For IT to accept automation, it must be transparent to users and downstream applications.’
  • 107) ‘Furthermore, they are completely transparent to existing network architectures and management systems.’
  • 108) ‘Since the disk is practically not absorbing - that is, transparent for fluorescent radiation - we don't encounter the problem.’
  • 109) ‘Although the primordial plasma became transparent to photons after the universe cooled, the photons did not travel unhindered afterwards.’
  • 110) ‘A first planar electrode layer being transparent is disposed on an inner surface of the first substrate.’
  • 111) ‘Also, the paint can be transparent to some of the infrared power and nearby objects may ‘feel’ the heat.’
  • 112) ‘The tracers do not influence the stream, they drift together with the flow, but the tracers are not transparent for irradiation.’
  • 113) ‘Both are mostly transparent to sunlight and are heated in similar ways - largely by infrared radiation that emanates from their surfaces.’
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