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see-through

adjective uk   us   /ˈsiː.θruː/
A see-through piece of clothing is very thin and light, so you can see other clothes or the body under it: a see-through blouse transparent: see-through partitions
Translations of “see-through”
in Chinese (Traditional) (衣服)薄如蟬翼的,薄得透明的, 透明的…
in Chinese (Simplified) (衣服)薄如蝉翼的,薄得透明的, 透明的…
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