- Also see-thru [see-throo] /ˈsiˌθru/. transparent: a see-through blouse.
- a degree of or variation in transparency.
- a see-through item of clothing.
Origin of see-through
First recorded in 1940–45; adj., noun use of verb phrase see through
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Examples from the Web for see-through
I looked at him while he was sleeping - a ghost of him, see-through almost - and began to cry.No One Ever Loses to Cancer
October 8, 2014
The Fashion Icon winner lived up to her reputation in a sparkly, see-through, and utterly fabulous gown.Rihanna Lights Up the CFDA Awards in Sparkly, See-Through Dress
June 3, 2014
The first look combined a see-through mesh top, gym style, with a pair of baggy baseball-inspired shorts.Gucci Spring/Summer 2014: Sporty and Sexy
September 18, 2013
During a 2006 live television appearance, Boc, who was then mayor of Cluj-Napoca, fell more than 10 feet from a see-through stage.Power Tripping: King Juan Carlos I & More (Photos)
The Daily Beast
August 5, 2012
Word Origin and History for see-through
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