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lucency

[ loo-suhn-see ]
/ ˈlu sən si /
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noun
the quality or degree of clarity or translucence:Suspended solids are an essential variable in assessing the lucency of the water, a key issue in the development of submerged vegetation.
a clear or translucent area:The chest x-ray showed a large lucency on the left hemithorax and a collapsed left lung.
Literary. a resplendent quality; radiance or brilliance:I felt a gradation move through what I beheld, like the sweep of lucency across a vast sheet of glazed light.
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Rarely lu·cence [loo-suhns] /ˈlu səns/ .

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