(esp. of language) Hard or impossible to understand; unfathomable
technical jargon that was opaque to her
An opaque thing or substance
A substance for producing opaque areas on negatives
not transmitting or reflecting light or radiant energy; impenetrable to sight; "opaque windows of the jail"; "opaque to X-rays"
not clearly understood or expressed
(opaquely) in an opaque manner; "he referred opaquely to her recent past"
(opaqueness) opacity: incomprehensibility resulting from obscurity of meaning
(opaqueness) opacity: the quality of being opaque to a degree; the degree to which something reduces the passage of light
Opaques is an album by Muslimgauze.
An area of darkness; a place or region with no light; Something which is opaque rather than translucent; To make, render (more) opaque; Neither reflecting nor emitting light; Allowing little light to pass through, not translucent or transparent; Unclear, unintelligible, hard to get or explain ...
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(Opaques) represent an arbitrary encoding that is used to pass arbitrary information strings that do not conform to the strict data typing used by the SMI.
(OPAQUING) Retouching blemishes or imperfections on film so they don't appear on the printing plate when the negative is exposed to it.
(OPAQUING) covering the metal work of a prosthesis with a material so that it doesn’t show through.
A quality of paper that allows relatively little light to pass through.
(1) Not transparent. (2) To cover flaws in negative with tape or opaquing paint. Also called block out and spot.
A condition where a material, such as a cloud, blocks the passage of radiant energy, especially light. Opaque sky cover refers to the amount of sky cover that completely hides all that might be above it.
Any material is opaque if no light can be transmitted through it.
as in "opaque symbol": a symbol which has become literalized so that it has lost its original meaning. Contrast with "transparent".
surface or material, which does not allow light to pass, i.e. black-out lining
Solid. As applied to paint it refers to color which cannot be looked through and completely covers other colors over which it may be placed.
a term describing a material or substance which will not transmit light.
Not letting light through; the opposite of transparent
Impenetrable by light; not transparent or translucent.