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transparent

adjective
 
 
/trænˈspær.ənt/ US  /trænˈsper-/
If a substance or object is transparent, you can see through it very clearly
透明的
Grow the bulbs in a transparent plastic box, so the children can see the roots growing.
把球莖種在透明的塑膠盒裡,這樣孩子就能看到根的生長。
Her blouse was practically transparent!
她的襯衫幾乎是透明的!
→  Compare opaque , translucent Transparent
clear and easy to understand or recognize
清楚易懂的;顯而易見的
I think we should try to make the instructions more transparent.
我覺得我們應該盡可能使這些指示更清楚易懂些。
Easy to understand
Translations of “transparent”
in Arabic شَفّاف…
in Korean 투명한…
in Malaysian lut sinar…
in French transparent…
in Turkish saydam, şeffaf, geçirgen…
in Italian trasparente…
in Russian прозрачный…
in Polish przezroczysty…
in Vietnamese có thể nhìn xuyên qua…
in Spanish transparente…
in Portuguese transparente…
in Thai ที่มองผ่านได้ง่าย…
in German durchsichtig…
in Catalan transparent…
in Japanese 透明な, 透き通った…
in Indonesian tembus pandang…
in Chinese (Simplified) 透明的, 清楚易懂的, 显而易见的…
(Definition of transparent adjective from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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