from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Transparent.
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- adj. transparent or translucent; that can be seen through
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. so thin as to transmit light
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Most of the people in those rows were donning see-through plastic hooded raincoats that covered everything but their faces.
Kareema nudged me when two thirsty-for-attention chicks in see-through catsuits and thongs bust through the crowd.
With Melrose's stock at 289 pence, implying a see-through value of its potential offer of around 811 pence compared with Charter's share price of 857 pence, Colfax knows its rival is on the ropes, if not down and out.
Poor Valerie tells the panel that she's attempting to honor her father with her see-through laser dress, and Heidi immediately sees a resemblance between this and the Party Glitters dress:
This year, CEATEC took place on Octobr 5 through October 10 and featured cutting-edge concepts like a dual-screen mobile phone, see-through OLED display panels, electric car concepts, 3D cameras, augmented reality GPS devices, robots and more.
A source told the Mirror that Kate was barefoot and wore a see-through white gown at the small ceremony in August, adding, They planned the day for weeks and were so excited.
But we're a little concerned: if the batteries run out, will it leave you see-through on the runway?
But when the actress turned around, we realized her leggings were, uh... yeah, that's TOTALLY see-through.
It was easy for Paul to write that it was see-through, like glass, but a challenge for an illustrator to draw.
They were nearly see-through, as if they were made of water.