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transparencynoun

uk   /trænˈspær.ən.si/  us   /-ˈsper-/

transparency noun (SEE THROUGH)

[U] the characteristic of being easy to see through: The old-fashioned type of plastic lacked transparency. [C] specialized art a photograph or picture printed on plastic that you can see on a screen by shining a light through it

transparency noun (OPEN)

[U] the quality of being done in an open way without secrets: We want more transparency in government.
Translations of “transparency”
in Chinese (Traditional) 透明性,透明, 幻燈片, 透明正片…
in Russian диапозитив…
in Turkish slayt, diyapozitif…
in Chinese (Simplified) 透明性,透明, 幻灯片, 透明正片…
in Polish przezrocze…
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