Transparent

[film] Transparent is a 2005 documentary film about the experiences of 19 female-to-male transgender parents as they are coming to terms with gender transitioning. The title, "Transparent", is a play on the words "trans" and "parent", while suggesting the invisibility of transgender parenting in contemporary discourse. The film was featured
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transparent

said of substances that are clear to the point that things can be seen through them.
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transparent

[adj] - easily understood or seen through (because of a lack of subtlety)
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Transparent

A pressure sensitive label whose face material, adhesive and protective coatings transmit light so that objects can be seen through it
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transparent

adjective easily understood or seen through (because of a lack of subtlety); `a transparent explanation`; `a transparent lie`
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transparent

(trans-par´әnt) permitting the passage of rays of light so that objects may be seen through the substance.
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Transparent

• (a.) Having the property of transmitting rays of light, so that bodies can be distinctly seen through; pervious to light; diaphanous; pellucid; as, transparent glass; a transparent diamond; -- opposed to opaque. • (a.) Admitting the passage of light; open; porous; as, a transparent veil....
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transparent

clear, light can pass through, e.g. a piece of clear glass
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Transparent

The Transparent is a variety of apple.
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TRANSPARENT

A condition where a material is clear enough not to block the passage of radiant energy, especially light.
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Transparent

Generally the term transparent is understood to mean that something is see-through, that is that light can pass through it so that objects beyond are clearly visible - like for example a standard window. The term is also applied to objects which allow the passage of radiant heat, other specific types of radiation or sound waves to pass through them
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transparent

See below clear .
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Transparent

A substance that allows transmitted light to clearlypass through. Objects can be seen through a transparent substance.
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transparent

A gemstone characteristic where light passes freely through the stone, and objects can be clearly seen through the material.
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transparent

Describing an object that is able to transmit light through it, and if placed in front of another object, that object can be seen as if there is nothing interfering.
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Transparent

Something that occurs without being known to the user.
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Transparent

A condition where a material is clear enough not to block the passage of radiant energy, especially
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Transparent

Inks that do not block out the colored inks that they print over, but instead blend with them to create intermediate colors.
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