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transpicuous

adjective tran·spic·u·ous \tran(t)s-ˈpi-kyə-wəs\

Definition of TRANSPICUOUS

:  clearly seen through or understood

Origin of TRANSPICUOUS

New Latin transpicuus, from Latin transpicere to look through, from trans- + specere to look, see — more at spy
First Known Use: 1638

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