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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishtransparenttrans‧par‧ent /trænˈspærənt, -ˈspeər- $ -ˈspær-, -ˈsper-/ ●●○ adjective  1 SEEif something is transparent, you can see through it syn clear, → opaque, translucent a transparent plastic container2 formalCLEAR/EASY TO UNDERSTAND language or information that is transparent is clear and easy to understand The way the system works will be transparent to the user.3 OBVIOUSa lie, excuse etc that is transparent does not deceive peopletransparently adverb
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transparentThe boys arms and hands were so thin they seemed almost transparent.The plastic is transparent.Dry-fry the onion and garlic in a non-stick pan until the onion is transparent.The fading colours and yellowish transparent appearance are clear indications of iron chlorosis caused by deficiencies in iron and trace elements.The moments when nature seems transparent are evanescent.The wall was as transparent as glass, but it was as if it revealed only another wall of uniform greyness.a thin transparent fabricHe was a visitor from another, undersea world; an innocent, transparent, perfectly gentle alien.With thin washes and the more transparent pigments, colour differences between the white and tinted sheets will be more apparent.The box has a transparent plastic lid so you can see what's inside.
From Longman Business Dictionarytransparenttrans‧par‧ent /trænˈspærənt, -ˈspeər--ˈspær-, -ˈsper-/ adjective if rules, methods, or business dealings are transparent, they are clear and people can see that they are fair and honestThe trade agreement between Japan and the US is more transparent, and there are no secret documents.The regulations will force large corporations to conduct their contract awardsin a transparent manner.transparency noun [uncountable]EU laws on transparency and competition
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