opaque definition

  • adjective:
    • Impenetrable by light; neither clear nor translucent.
    • Not reflecting light; having no luster: an opaque finish.
    • Impenetrable by a kind of radiant power other than visible light: a chemical answer opaque to x-rays.
    • Therefore obscure on be unintelligible: "opaque, evasive, minimal meanings” ( John Simon).
    • Obtuse of brain; dense. See Synonyms at dark.
    • Neither showing nor emitting light.
    • Allowing little light to pass through, maybe not translucent or clear.
    • Unclear, unintelligible, challenging get or give an explanation for concept of
    • Obtuse, stupid.
    • Describes a sort for which higher-level callers have no understanding of information values or their representations; all functions are executed because of the type's defined abstract providers.
    • Impervious to the rays of light; perhaps not transparent.
    • Obscure; not yet determined; unintelligible.
    • not clearly understood or expressed
    • perhaps not transmitting or showing light or vibrant power; impenetrable to sight
  • noun:
    • a thing that is opaque, specifically an opaque pigment regularly darken parts of a photographic print or negative.
    • a location of darkness; a place or area without any light.
    • Something which is opaque rather than clear.
    • what is opaque; opacity.
    • Opacity.
    • some thing opaque; particularly, a shade which are often used throughout the forehead to protect the eyes from brilliant light.
  • verb:
    • to produce, render (much more) opaque.
  • others:
    • Shady; dark; ergo, obscure.
    • Impervious towards the rays of light; perhaps not clear.
    • In entomology, having no luster: said of areas or colors.
    • In botany, mainly found in the sense of ‘not shining,’ or ‘dull.’
    • an identical ware made at Spode, introduced in 1805. Also known as feldspar porcelain and ironstone china.
    • To make opaque.

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