(comparative more translucid, superlative most translucid)
The definition of translucid, a variation of the word translucent, is letting light pass through but diffusing it as it passes.
Seeded glass in a kitchen cabinet that lets light pass through but that doesn't give you a clear glimpse of what is inside is an example of something that would be described as translucid.
- It is this, that whereas the latter produce their chromatic effects by mixing the coloring matter with the glaze, Seif 6 paints the biscuit with a pigment over which he runs a translucid colorless glaze.
- 1-liguchi of Hirado is to be classed with ceramrsts of the new school on account of one ware only, namely, porcelain having translucid M d decoration, the so-called grains of rice of American ~ collectors, designated holaru-de (firefly style) in Japan.
- This he sketches in outline with a paste of white lead, and then, having filled in the details with gold and colors, he superposes a coat of translucid lacquer, which is finally subjected to careful polishing.
- The characteristic productions of the third among the modern schools are monochromatic and translucid enamels.
- The translucid enamels of the modern school are generally associated with decorative bases.