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 transparenti — demonstration banners
    svētku dalībnieki izgājuši ielās ar karogiem un transparentiem — the celebration participants went out on the streets with flags and banners
    uz lidostas frontona novietots transparents ar apsveikumu dārgajiem viesiem — at 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 transparentu — letter 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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