An example of transparency is the fact that you can see through glass.
- the quality or state of being transparentalso trans·par′ence
- pl. -·cies something transparent; specif., a piece of transparent or translucent material, esp. a positive film or slide, having a picture or design that is visible when light shines through it or that can be projected on a screen
- also trans·par·ence The quality or state of being transparent.
- A transparent object, especially a photographic slide that is viewed by light shining through it from behind or by projection.
(countable and uncountable, plural transparencies)
transparency - Computer Definition
(2) No noticeable changes (see transparent).
(3) The quality of being able to see through a material. A transparent area of image takes on the colors of the underlying background. The terms "transparent" and "translucent" are often erroneously used as a synonym (see translucency for the difference).
(4) A film-based photographic negative or positive. Light is beamed through the film for display, scanning or processing.
transparency - Investment & Finance Definition
Describes the situation that occurs when companies openly communicate important information to investors and shareholders.