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translucid

[ trans-loo-sid, tranz- ]
/ trænsˈlu sɪd, trænz- /
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adjective
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Origin of translucid

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