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Word: transparent

Definition: permitting light to pass through freely; easily detected; obvious; clear; Ex. transparent lie


Sentences Containing 'transparent'

"Transparent" made its Romanian debut at the 2007 GayFest, Bucharest's annual LGBT festival.
A basic box cooker consists of an insulated container with a transparent lid.
A Bill of Quantities does in fact consider all costs and is transparent in relations to all costs.
A face of a transparent paleness; every feature in it clearly defined; one set expression on it.
A lens is any transparent material, but usually glass, with one or both sides curved.
A sheer fabric is one which is semi-transparent thin cloth.
Another challenge is land tenure, the way and manner land is managed is not transparent.
Because this material only absorbs 2.3% of visible light, it is a candidate for applications requiring a transparent conductor.
Films created using the interface trapping method are very transparent (up to ~95 %T) and conductive.
For the flat, slitted transparent bags used to hold documents, see Punched pocket."
Haidee became pale, and lifting her transparent hands to heaven, exclaimed in a voice stifled with tears,``Then you leave me, my lord?''
Hard Bellies are silvery and somewhat transparent; they are the most commonly encountered species.
He had put up a hand between his eyes and the light, and the very bones of it seemed transparent.
He then took a mysterious transparent substance, out of which he created human souls.
His rich orange-red varnish, perfectly transparent, gave the final touch.
How much more beautiful than our lives, how much more transparent than our characters, are they!
In 2001, they released their second album Transparent.
It forms colourless, transparent crystals.
It is quite too transparent, and it was a very bad compliment when you said that it was impossible for me to solve so simple a question.
Lightweight opaque fabrics are very thin and light but not as transparent as sheer fabrics.
Paper prints were the positive opaque copies of their transparent film negative source.
Perhaps the blue color of water and ice is due to the light and air they contain, and the most transparent is the bluest.
See-through and transparent clothing became very fashionable in the latter part of the 1960s.
Some materials become transparent when wet or when extreme light is shone on it, such as by a flashbulb.
The auction is transparent, all interested parties are allowed to participate the auction in a timely manner.
The hide is worked until it is semi-transparent; then it is colored, resulting in colorful projections.
The issue is about being transparent about accountability, roles and responsibilities and numbers".
The jacket was always open to show a top in lace with long and transparent sleeves.
The Lulworthiaceae have ascospores that are both filamentous, and transparent.
The mine has the form of a large, transparent, upper-surface blotch.
The ovate shell is attenuated at both ends, smooth, transparent, shining, longitudinally closely ribbed.
The pupa is formed within a transparent silken web, occupying half the mine.
The street frontage and part of the roof was clad in Oroglas, a transparent acrylic glass sheeting.
The successive layers of color are then applied in transparent glaze or semi-transparent layers.
The transparent could be seen at every home game throughout the 60s.
The water is so transparent that the bottom can easily be discerned at the depth of twenty five or thirty feet.
Then, a flickering streak played behind the architecture of the front, picking out transparent places, and showing where balustrades, arches, and windows were.
There was ivory in it, and some transparent crystalline substance.
They are distinguished by the presence of black blotches in their guts, clearly visible through their transparent, scaleless, skin.
They are transparent with the except of the head and abdomen.
This assumption is typically valid in transparent media in the optical frequency range.)
This is especially true when they are heeled over; consequently, transparent windows are sometimes sewn into the sails.
This was used for the performance of "Many Rivers to Cross" and was a dark, sparkly, and transparent dress.
Thus a need was felt for a more transparent way to generate constants used in cryptography.
Transparent images do not work in this way, and require special accessories that illuminate them from the upper side.
Transparent to all participating consultants, it demystifies the decision-making process for clients.
Typically, three identical transparent vessels are filled with sample water and stoppered.
We directed him to draw out whatever was at the end of that chain; which appeared to be a globe, half silver, and half of some transparent metal; for, on the transparent side, we saw certain strange figures circularly drawn, and thought we could touch them, till we found our fingers stopped by the lucid substance.
We noticed that above Dubuque the water of the Mississippi was olive green rich and beautiful and semi transparent, with the sun on it.
When freshly collected, if it has not already been exposed to the environment, it can be translucent or transparent.

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