transparents

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French[edit]

Adjective[edit]

transparents

  1. masculine plural of transparent

Latvian[edit]

Transparents

Etymology 1[edit]

From the same source as the adjective transparents (see below), apparent from the kind of material used to make banners.

Pronunciation[edit]

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Noun[edit]

transparents m (1st declension)

  1. banner (a large sign, made of cardboard or fabric, with an image or words)
    demonstrācijas transparentidemonstration banners
    svētku dalībnieki izgājuši ielās ar karogiem un transparentiemthe celebration participants went out on the streets with flags and banners
    uz lidostas frontona novietots transparents ar apsveikumu dārgajiem viesiemat the airport entrance a banner was placed with greetings to the dear guests
  2. a backlit image made of transparent material
  3. sheet of paper with lines, placed under paper without lines to ensure the straightness of the written lines
    vēstulpapīra bloks ar transparentuletter paper with a transparent (= sheet of paper with lines to be placed under the letter paper when writing on it)
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Etymology 2[edit]

A borrowing, probably via other European languages, ultimately from Medieval Latin trānspārēns, present participle of trānspāreō (to show through).

Pronunciation[edit]

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Adjective[edit]

transparents (def. transparentais, comp. transparentāks, sup. vistransparentākais; adv. transparenti)

  1. transparent (such that one can see through it)
    transparents stiklstransparent glass
    transparents materiālstransparent material
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