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transparent

adjective uk   /trænˈspær.ənt/  us   /trænˈsper-/

transparent adjective (SEE THROUGH)

B2 If a substance or object is transparent, you can see through it very clearly: Grow the bulbs in a transparent plastic box, so the children can see the roots growing. Her blouse was practically transparent!
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transparent adjective (OBVIOUS)

clear and easy to understand or recognize: I think we should try to make the instructions more transparent.

transparent adjective (WITHOUT SECRETS)

open and honest, without secrets: We are committed to being totally transparent about our charges.
Traducciones de “transparent”
en árabe شَفّاف…
en coreano 투명한…
in Malaysian lut sinar…
en francés transparent…
en turco saydam, şeffaf, geçirgen…
en italiano trasparente…
en chino (tradicionál) 透明的, 清楚易懂的, 顯而易見的…
en ruso прозрачный…
en polaco przezroczysty…
in Vietnamese có thể nhìn xuyên qua…
en español transparente…
en portugués transparente…
in Thai ที่มองผ่านได้ง่าย…
en alemán durchsichtig…
en catalán transparent…
en japonés 透明な, 透き通った…
in Indonesian tembus pandang…
en chino (simplificado) 透明的, 清楚易懂的, 显而易见的…
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