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1590s, from Latin translucentem (nominative translucens), present participle of translucere "to shine through," from trans- "through" (see trans-) + lucere "to shine" (se [..]
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Permitting the passage of light. Related: Eva Hesse. Repetition Nineteen III. 1968 Willem de Kooning. Woman, I. 1950–52
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almost clear.
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An object, material or vapor that transmits and diffuses light but not clear images. Examples: Frost Gel and dense smoke. Tip: Use some Rim Light or Back Light.
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adj. Allowing the passage of light.
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an object that allows light to pass through but scatters the light
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The property of a material such as vinyl, paint or ink that allows the passage of some light through it without being transparent. Internally illuminated signs rely on translucent paints and vinyls.
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[Gland dot] -- Letting light through, but murky and not transparent (especially of exudates etc.).
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This adjective describes something that allows light to pas​s through it but a person cannot see through it. Playfield inserts are commonly translucent as one cannot look through the insert from ab [..]
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(adj) allowing light to pass through diffusely
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Permitting some light to pass through but diffusing it so that objects on the other side appear distorted or blurry (Lesson 22)
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Light passes through while diffusing it.
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Permitting passage of light, but diffusing it to such a degree that objects cannot be seen clearly; something short of transparent.
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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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There are several ways light travels through a stone. In a translucent stone, light is diffused as it travels through stone. Translucent stones are not clear but frosted like ice, so some light passes [..]
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Transmitting some light, but diffusing the light so that objects beyond cannot be clearly seen.
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Allows transmission of light but does not show a clear image of an object.
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Is almost transparent in finish.
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Allows some light to pass through.
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Something through which light can be seen.
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Not transparent, but clear enough to allow light to pass through.
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Not transparent, but clear enough to allow light to pass through.
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Not transparent
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Not transparent, but clear enough to allow light to pass through.
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An object that is capable of allowing light and small amounts of detail through.
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Those substances through which some light rays can pass but through which objects cannot be seen clearly.
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Allowing light to pass through, but diffusing it. * '''1913''', , ''The Day of Days'', ch. 1: *: The window-panes, encrusted with perennial deposits of Atmosphere, were less transparent than trans [..]
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Translucent (トランスルーセント―彼女は半透明, Toransurūsento: Kanojo wa Hantōmei, "Translucent: She is Translucent") is a Japanese seinen manga series written by Kazuhiro Okamoto an [..]
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Describing something that is able to transmit light but not fully. Objects can be seen through a translucent object, but they will be unclear. See Transparency in Mineral Properties for more informati [..]
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A term that describes a material that transmits some visible light usually with some distortion. A frosted piece of glass, a stained glass window, and paper are all examples of translucent materials.
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