Examples of transparent in a Sentence
bottles of blue transparent glass
his meaning in leaving the conversation is transparent: he doesn't want to talk about his combat experiences
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The former mayoral contender, who came in third with 20.38 percent of the vote, was less transparent with his choice to lead Cincinnati.
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Cut to about half a year later, and Hayman is transformed—made bright and sleek with combinations of shiny chrome and light oak, washed-tropical colors and acres of transparent white voile linen.
This will allow for the salesperson to be transparent.
First, those nuclear countries that were relatively transparent and democratic (Britain, France, India, Israel, and the United States) were deemed unlikely to start a nuclear war.
Her social media has also become more transparent now—especially regarding her lupus.
In the days and weeks after the shooting, IMPD Chief Bryan Roach and Indianapolis Mayor Joe Hogsett said the city would be as transparent as possible as the police department and the prosecutor's office conduct parallel investigations.
Often the paint is transparent, all the better to illuminate the original study underneath and retain the grid's mesmerizing geometry.
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Origin and Etymology of transparent
First Known Use: 15th centurySee Words from the same year
Synonymscrystal, crystal clear, crystalline, limpid, liquid, lucent, pellucid, see-through, clear
Related Wordscolorless, uncolored; diaphanous, lucid, semitranslucent, semitransparent, sheer, translucent, transparentized; glassy, vitreous
Near Antonymscolored, dark, glazed, tinted; filmy, foggy, hazy, misty, nebulous, smoky (also smokey); dense, muddy, murky, turbid
Synonym Discussion of transparent
- clear water
- a transparent sheet of film
- translucent frosted glass
- her eyes were limpid pools of blue
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