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Allowing light to pass through but diffusing it

On the windows of the nearer buildings the sun cast glittering beams, but further away a faint, translucent mist hid the city.

Clear, lucid, or transparent

he sun was in its greatest splendor, and the air was absolutely translucent. The lake and the mountains sprang out, sharp and clear.

allowing the passage of light
{a} transparent, very clear
allowing light to pass through but scattering it as it does, to give diffuse images
Diffuse transmission of light No clear image can be seen
Allows light to pass, but cannot be seen through
Allowing light, but not images, to pass through
a translucent material is one that transmits light but you cannot see through it
Translucent materials allow light to pass through them, but the light is diffused (scattered) Some translucent stones include moonstones, opals, and carnelian Lucite and other plastics can also be translucent
Cooking until clear or transparent
almost transparent; allowing light to pass through diffusely; "translucent amber"; "semitransparent curtains at the windows"
Permitting passage of light but diffusing it so that objects cannot be seen clearly
The property of a material to allow the passage of some light through it without being transparent
Having the ability to transmit light but not a clear image
A term meaning that not only does light pass easily through the fabric, but it is possible to actually see through the fabric The effect is similar to (though not the same as) the effects created by net curtains Translucent fabrics can also be solar reflective
the quality of transmitting light but causing sufficient diffusion to eliminate perception of distinct images
Permitting the passage of light but in a diffused manner so that objects behind cannot be clearly seen
Allowing light to pass through
1-Descriptive of a material or substance capable of transmitting some light, but not clear enough to be seen through 2-Shining or glowing through; partly transparent
A property possessed by some materials that allows light through without showing the particular shape or form of objects on the other side
Allowing some light to pass through, but greatly obscuring the image of objects on the other side A quality that is between transparent and opaque
almost transparent; allowing light to pass through diffusely; "translucent amber"; "semitransparent curtains at the windows
Transparent; clear
{s} transparent; partially clear, partly transparent; lucid; easily understandable; glowing
Having the property of transmitting light with some degree of scattering so that the objects lying beyond are not entirely visible
shining or glowing through Admitting and diffusing light so that objects beyond cannot be clearly distinguished When referring to FIMO® - 00 Art Translucent, the sheerest clay which when used in thin layers or buffed, is almost clear
Quality of material which allows diffused light to pass through it
Transmitting rays of light without permitting objects to be distinctly seen; partially transparent
Transmitting light but obscuring clear vision
Material transmitting light but distorting its path
Not transparent, but clear enough to allow light to pass through
If a material is translucent, some light can pass through it. The building is roofed entirely with translucent corrugated plastic
objects that let some light through, but with some distortion of its path Images are not seen well through translucent objects, e g , wax paper, sheer fabric transmission: the passing of light through a space or medium transparent: objects that transmit all light without distorting its path Images can be seen through transparent objects, e g , clear glass trophic level: the division of species in an ecosystem on the basis of their main nutritional source (e g , producers, first-order consumers, second-order consumers, predators)
A color of beads in which light can pass through, such as crystal, ruby, emerald, citrine
You use translucent to describe something that has a glowing appearance, as if light is passing through it. She had fair hair, blue eyes and translucent skin. not transparent, but clear enough to allow light to pass through (present participle of translucere , from lucere )
Transmitting light but causing sufficient diffusion to prevent perception of distinct images
clear or lucid
{s} translucid
In a translucent way
In a translucent manner