If the sun can get through but no one can see in then the room is glass opaque. An opaque room will prevent others from seeing in.
That is essentially the definition of a "translucent" material. Some translucent materials include: wax paper, glass bricks, some forms of fiberglass, and some forms of plastic.a translucent material
Translucent means that some, but not all light passes through the object. Here's a list: ~tinted windows (like on most newer cars) ~finger (if you are shining a flashlight through it in the dark) ~paper This is off of the top of my head, there are plenty more...
it will keep people from seeing though it but will let some light through. its translucent
(Opaque is an adjective meaning unable to be seen through, blocking light, non-transparent.)"Adding tinting film to car windows makes them nearly opaque from the outside.""When comparing liquids, milk is translucent while oil is opaque.""The decisions of the Chinese government are made behind an opaque curtain of bureaucracy."
Some transparent objects are water, air, and clear glass.
transparent windows you can see through them and translucent you cant see through them
3 things that are translucent are windows, a glass lid, and a glass jar.
It means partly transparent or allowing light to pass through partially translucent is like thick glass or paper, it allows light through but it is NOT seethrough like transparent windows.
I was watching a movie. And suddenly curtains opened.
Depends on the bag, but under most circumstances. Generally "Shopping bags" are a white plastic, that is not translucent. To define: allowing light to pass through diffusely; "translucent amber"; "semitransparent curtains at the windows" Now, some zipper bags are translucent, as are some sandwich baggies, etc. IN OTHER WORDS YES!
so that the sunlight could pass through the windows as the glass is transparent.
Transparent is when something is completely see through, such as normal windows you find. Opaque is when something is only partially see through, I think another work for this is translucent, but im not entirely sure. An example is something such as a net curtain, which is'nt completely transparent, but you are able to see through it.
Clarion, halcyon, undimmed, cloudless, bright...Transparent is another word for clear. Windows are typically clear. Clear windows allow automobile drives to see and remain protected while driving.
Transparent Stained-Glass Windows was created in 2002.
Transparent Stained-Glass Windows has 83 pages.
Curtains are used to cover windows,decorations,and for table cloth
Clearance curtains have the same use as normal curtains, which is to cover windows. The main difference is that clearance curtains are sold at clearance sales.