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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishtranslucenttrans‧lu‧cent /trænzˈluːsənt $ træns-/ adjective  SEEnot transparent, but clear enough to allow light to pass through Blue veins showed through her translucent skin.translucence noun [uncountable]
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translucentSaute garlic and onion until onion is translucent.Upon those sturdy, well-defined bones the clear, even tint seemed translucent.Some were no more than motionless translucent blobs.This blown vessel has a body of translucent cobalt blue glass, with a casing of opaque white glass.But beyond that intimate corner was a wall of translucent glass, giving an uninterrupted view of the mountains.translucent paperOn the top are slanting translucent screens, on which material can be projected for convenient reading.These rocks also stirred with novel species of eyeless shrimp, white crabs, translucent sea anemones and large, pink fish.
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