opacity

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The state or quality of being inaccessible to understanding

The opacity of these decisions is troubling.

The state or quality of being opaque, not allowing light to pass through

We could not see the sandbar due to the opacity of the muddy water.

A measure of relative impenetrability to electromagnetic radiation such as light

The opacity of a clean glass window is near zero.

{n} the quality of not transmitting rays of light
If you refer to something's opacity, you mean that it is difficult to understand. Its dramatic nuances were often generalised to the point of opacity. = obscurity transparency
the quality of being opaque to a degree; the degree to which something reduces the passage of light
(1) The ability of a material to resist the transmission of light or particular wavelengths of light (visible or invisible) which affect certain photo-sensitive materials (2) The property of paper which limits the "show-through" of a printed image from the back side or the next sheet
A property of paper or other substrate that minimizes show-through, which is the amount of ink printed on one side of a sheet that shows through the other side
That properties of paper which minimizes the "show-through" of printing from the backside or the next sheet
Highly opaque paper prevents print showing through on the other side, so the more opaque your paper, the better your prints will look Reflex paper has the highest opacity of any Australian-made office paper
This is the property of a substrate material that minimizes show-through from the backside or the next sheet This is the percentage of reflectance with a black backing to the reflectance with a white backing Ink opacity is the property of ink that prevents the substrate from showing through
A material property that prevents light from passing through the object [KAU91]
n 1 An object that controls how graphical output covers previous output, such as fully opaque to fully transparent, and levels of translucency between 2 A Lisp object that represents an opacity
{i} opaqueness; degree to which something is opaque; obscurity; fuzziness; amount of area on a film that absorbs light (Photography); stupidity
a measure of a material's ability to absorb or block photons A material with high opacity prevents most of the photons from passing through (the material is opaque)
the phenomenon of not permitting the passage of electromagnetic radiation
Opacity is the quality of being difficult to see through. Opacity of the eye lens can be induced by deficiency of certain vitamins
The density of a color or shade, ranging from transparent to an opaque Go to top of page
A measure of relative opaqueness
incomprehensibility resulting from obscurity of meaning
the ability of paper to inhibit show-through of material printed on its other side, or from sheet to sheet - usually, the lower basis weight, the less opacity
The amount of show-through on a printed sheet The higher the opacity or the thicker the paper, the less show-through
(1) Characteristic of paper or other substrate that prevents printing on one side from showing through the other side (2) Characteristic of ink that prevents the substrate from showing through
The quality or state of substance that causes it to obstruct rays of light The hiding quality of an ink coating or other substance; the opposite of transparency
The amount of light measured that can travel through the paper
The state of being opaque; the quality of a body which renders it impervious to the rays of light; want of transparency; opaqueness
In painting, the ability of a pigment to cover or obscure the surface to which it was applied
Obscurity; want of clearness
the quality of being opaque to a degree; the degree to which something reduces the passage of light incomprehensibility resulting from obscurity of meaning the phenomenon of not permitting the passage of electromagnetic radiation
The state of being opaque
The ability to keep light from passing through A paint with a high opacity will hide the substrate well
The property of a substrate material that minimizes show-through from the back side or the next sheet The ratio of the reflectance with a black backing to the reflectance with a white backing Ink opacity is the property of an ink that prevents the substrate from showing through
Quality of papers that defines its opaqueness or ability to prevent two-sided printing from showing through
The degree of obscuration of light; for example, a glass window has almost 0% opacity, whereas a concrete wall has 100% opacity (Source: Carbon Dioxide Information Analysis Center, 1990)
The density of a color or shade, ranging from transparent to opaque In PhotoShop, you can choose an opacity for a tool or a layer
Paper quality which prevents type or images printed on one side from showing on the other side Also refers to the covering power of an ink
The measure of the amount of light that can pass through a material Also, the property of a film which prevents "show through" of dark printing or marks on a substrate (media) "Hiding power"
The quality or state of a body that makes it impervious to light; the relative capacity of matter to obstruct the transmission of radiant energy
The ability to hold an image without it showing throught the other side of the paper
n The quality that defines how much light passes through an object's pixels If an object is 100 percent opaque, no light passes through it
optical opacity
opacity to light
opacity

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    /ōˈpasətē/ /oʊˈpæsətiː/

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    [ O-'pa-s&-tE ] (noun.) circa 1611. From French opacité.

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