opaque

Not able to transmit light, which in effect disables it from letting an object be seen through it.
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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

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

unintelligible adjective not clearly understood or expressed
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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

A condition where a material, such as a cloud, blocks the passage of radiant energy, especially ligh
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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

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

A paint that is not transparent by nature or intentionally. A dense paint that obscures or totally h
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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

A quality of paper that allows relatively little light to pass through.
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opaque

A term referring to any form or process which cannot be spontaneously understood by lay speakers. One could say that the word gospel is opaque for English speakers as they do not normally know that it comes from good + spell.
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Opaque

An adjective used in reference to a substance that does not allow light of visible wavelength to ent
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Opaque

Doe not allow light to come through; the opposite of translucent.
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Opaque

dull, neither shining nor transluscent
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Opaque

dull, neither shining nor transluscent
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opaque

dull, not translucent.
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Opaque

Dull; not translucent or shining.
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Opaque

Heavy or non-transparent.
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opaque

Impenetrable by light; not transparent or translucent.
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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

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

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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