opaque

[adj] - not clearly understood or expressed 2. [adj] - not clear
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opaque

US term (rare) for paint
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opaque

In art, paint that is not transparent. Opaque paint, such as gouache, oil, and acrylic is rich and thick in quality, and effectively covers the ground (painting surface), allowing easy overpainting...
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Opaque

Opaque: Ink which does not allow the substrate beneath to show through.
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Opaque

Papers of a substance or type which prevent the passage of light. For example, a sheet with good opacity is one where the printing on one side cannot be seen from the other side under normal conditions.
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Opaque

O·paque' adjective [ French, from Latin opacus . Confer Opacous .] 1. Impervious to the rays of light; not transparent; as, an opaque substance. 2. Obscure; not clear; unintelligible. [ Colloq.]
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Opaque

O·paque' noun That which is opaque; opacity. Young.
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opaque

Impervious to light; not translucent or only slightly so. ... Compare: radiopaque. ... Origin: Fr. Fr. L. Opacus, shady ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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opaque

unintelligible adjective not clearly understood or expressed
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opaque

adjective not clear; not transmitting or reflecting light or radiant energy; `opaque windows of the jail`; `opaque to X-rays`
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opaque

(o-pāk´) impervious to light rays or, by extension, to x-rays or other electromagnetic radiation; neither translucent nor transparent.
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Opaque

• (a.) Obscure; not clear; unintelligible. • (a.) Impervious to the rays of light; not transparent; as, an opaque substance. • (n.) That which is opaque; opacity.
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opaque

opaque 1. Not clear; not transmitting or reflecting light or radiant energy, sound, heat, etc. 2. Not clearly understood or expressed; not clear or lucid; obscure. 3. Impervious to light; not translucent or only slightly so. 4. Not allowing light to pass through. 5. Not shining or bright; dark; dull. 6. Dull, stupid, or unintelligent.
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opaque

Type: Term Pronunciation: ō-pāk′ Definitions: 1. Impervious to light; not translucent or only slightly so.
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opaque

no light can pass through it, massive pieces of most minerals are opaque, almost all metallic minerals are opaque
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opaque

dull, not translucent.
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Opaque

A paint that is not transparent by nature or intentionally. A dense paint that obscures or totally hides the underpainting in any given artwork.
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Opaque

The opposite of transparent. The hiding quality of a pigmented coating.
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OPAQUE

A condition where a material, such as a cloud, blocks the passage of radiant energy, especially light. Opaque sky cover refers to the amount of sky cover that completely hides all that might be above it.
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opaque

not transparent
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Opaque

Not transparent. Also, a verb meaning to cover flaws in negatives with paint or tape. Also, the paint used for this purpose.
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Opaque

Opaque is a term meaning something which blocks vision through it, that is something one can not see through, like a solid brick wall for example. Opaque is the opposite of transparent.
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opaque

In art, paint that is not transparent. Opaque paint, such as gouache, oil, and acrylic is rich and thick in quality, and effectively covers the ground (painting surface), allowing easy overpainting and correction of errors
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Opaque

used to describe the part of a snake s shed cycle when its eyecaps are cloudy .
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Opaque

A dense paint that obscures or totally hides the underpainting in any given artwork.
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