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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishinvisiblein‧vis‧i‧ble /ɪnˈvɪzəbəl/ ●●○ AWL adjective  1 SEEsomething that is invisible cannot be seen opp visible The house was surrounded by trees, and invisible from the road.invisible to The plane is meant to be invisible to radar. Using a telescope, Galileo discovered stars that were invisible to the naked eye.virtually/practically/almost etc invisible2 not noticed, or not talked about There’s an invisible barrier that keeps women out of top jobs.3 invisible earnings/exports/trade etcinvisibly adverbinvisibility /ɪnˌvɪzəˈbɪləti/ noun [uncountable]
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invisibleCriminology, like crime control, tends to focus on males and marginalise females or render them invisible.In fact, some of the most exciting transport architectures are invisible.The gas is invisible but highly dangerous.Word Perfect uses invisible codes for many different functions.The pull of the invisible creature grew stronger.Then he straightened and dusted invisible grains of dirt from the knees of his coveralls.He nodded toward the distant ship. invisible in the darkness.I stand up and begin to look for the invisible rung.The space probe can photograph parts of the electronic spectrum that are invisible to the naked eye.virtually/practically/almost etc invisibleGalindo was left on the fringe of the sport, almost invisible.Glover waited and then saw the man standing just inside the screen, almost invisible.The ring is virtually invisible around the central cornea which is the critical area for clear vision.The entrance to the Dark Cave is almost invisible but the chamber inside is large.The downy chicks of terns and gulls are so patterned that they are almost invisible crouching on shingle.A stream of laser light, almost invisible in the near-vacuum, played across the creature's head and glistening body.Against their huge bulk, the pilgrims and mule toiling up the almost invisible pathways are tiny and humbled.Outside the almost invisible windows, Earth and stars marched in a silent procession.