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translucid

[trans-loo-sid, tranz-]
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  1. translucent.

Origin of translucid

First recorded in 1620–30, translucid is from the Latin word trānslūcidus clear, transparent. See trans-, lucid
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Examples from the Web for translucid

Historical Examples

  • China or Porcelain Paste is translucid, in pottery it is opaque.

    Chats on Oriental China

    J. F. Blacker

  • It is translucid, and therein differs from pottery, which is opaque.

    The Ceramic Art

    Jennie J. Young

  • What I felt after Florence was the translucid calm of the ocean's depth.

    Evelyn Innes

    George Moore

  • No more delightful talker than Mendès, no more accomplished littérateur, no more fluent and translucid critic.

  • The characteristic productions of the third among the modern schools are monochromatic and translucid enamels.