- (context, of a material or object) see-through, See-through, clear; having the property that light passes through it almost undisturbed, such that one can see through it clearly.
- The waters of the lake were until the factory dumped wastes there.
Etymology: From transparentis, transpÄrentis (genitive singular of transparens, transpÄrens, present participle of transpareo, transpÄreÅ)
- 1897, w:H. G. Wells, H. G. Wells, s:The Invisible Man, The Invisible Man, chapter 19,
- : "You make the glass invisible by putting it into a liquid of nearly the same refractive index; a thing becomes invisible if it is put in any medium of almost the same refractive index."
- (context, of a system or organization) open, Open, public; having the property that theory, theories and practices are publicly visible, thereby reduce, reducing the chance of corruption.
- obvious, Obvious; readily apparent; easy to see or understand.
- His reasons for the decision were .
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