Examples of translucency in a Sentence
the translucency of a wine can only be appreciated if it is served in uncolored glasses, preferably of fine crystal
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They might be cut into pieces, polished to a high gloss or reduced to frosted translucency, stacked and rearranged.
Shots of rippling, folded plastic sheeting, tightly framed and stripped of context, double as meditations on light, shadow and translucency.
Stirring constantly, cook until all the liquid is evaporated and the rice grains have a glassy translucency.
In a sport, though, where there are no teams and no league but the competitors are individual contractors, this kind of transparency (or translucency in the case of the Patriots) is hard to legislate.
The biggest contrast to the first two iterations (Metro and MDL2) is that Fluent makes use of translucency to denote different sections of an interface and transition animations to better express the relationships between interface elements.
The milky translucency of drafting film layers with cyanotype photograms on cloth.
From the translucency and the turquoise color, Colin’s best guess is Minton Bone China.
The resulting ice boulders are striking in their colorful translucency.
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