v. t. & i.1.To be, or cause to be, transparent; to appear, or cause to appear, or be seen, through something.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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I don't know if they've realised, but water on a white T-shirt would make it transpare...
Ei sunt ceilalti, cei care deseori ne strang mana, ne saluta si ne vorbesc frumos: "Sper ca ma considerati prietenul dumneavoastra!" Ochi albastri limpezi, ochi caprui linistitori, nimic nu transpare, iata monstrii adevarati".
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A more open and transpare nt Chinese economic system is emerging in pace with China's forthcoming entry into the WTO.
The ethical bias of the emblem is particularly transpare with respect to the representation of gender and social ideology insofar as the male and female personifications used in the picturall are invested with a positive or negative value according to the concept they are supposed to convey.
Such systems must perform flawlessly and transpare our day-to-day lives.