Translucent

A property possessed by some materials that allows light through without showing the particular shape or form of objects on the other side.

translucent

A gemstone characteristic where some light is able to pass through the stone, but it is not clear enough to see through.
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translucent

Describing something that is able to transmit light but not fully. Objects can be seen through a translucent object, but they will be unclear.
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translucent

(trans-loo´sәnt) slightly penetrable by light rays.
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translucent

[adj] - almost transparent
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Translucent

• (a.) Transparent; clear. • (a.) Transmitting rays of light without permitting objects to be distinctly seen; partially transparent.
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translucent

semitransparent adjective almost transparent; allowing light to pass through diffusely; `translucent amber`; `semitransparent curtains at the windows`
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Translucent

[manga] ==Synopsis== The protagonist of the series is a shy young girl named Shizuka and her outgoing male friend Mamoru. The series revolves around Shizuka`s high school life after she contracts `Translucent Syndrome`, a mysterious condition which has only one symptom: The victim`s body randomly turns translucent (and later completely invi...
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Translucent

A substance that allows transmitted light to clearlypass through. Objects cannot be seen through a translucentsubstance.
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translucent

allowing light to pass through diffusely
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translucent

allowing light to pass through diffusely
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translucent

allowing light to pass through diffusely
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translucent

allowing light to pass through diffusely
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translucent

allowing light to pass through diffusely
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Translucent

Diffuse transmission of light. No clear image can be seen.
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Translucent

Is almost transparent in finish.
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Translucent

is almost transparent in finish.
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translucent

more or less transparent.
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Translucent

Not transparent, but clear enough to allow light to pass through.
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translucent

Not transparent, but clear enough to allow light to pass through.
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translucent

Partially transparent; permitting light to pass through diffusely. ... Origin: L. Translucens, fr. Trans-+ luceo, to shine through ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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translucent

said of substances through which light will pass but not clear enough so something -- e.g., writing -- can be seen through them.
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translucent

Semi-transparent; admitting light
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translucent

some light can pass through it but it is not clear; many minerals that are opaque can be made to appear translucent if a thin enough slice is cut off & light shone through it; e.g. wax paper
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translucent

translucent 1. Letting light pass through but diffusing it so that objects on the other side cannot be clearly distinguished. 2. Partially transparent; such as, frosted glass; semi-transparent.
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