Traducción de diaphanous en Español:

diaphanous

diáfano, adj.

Pronunciación /daɪˈæfənəs//dʌɪˈaf(ə)nəs/

adjetivo

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    diáfano
    transparente
    • Creatures have recognizable parts - but in the sea they can be diaphanous clouds of membrane, without eyes, face, stomach, spine, or brain.
    • Light filters through the diaphanous structure, supplementing cool north light for those exhibits that can be exposed to daylight.
    • The first glimpse of what a London Olympics would look like reveals an 80,000-seater stadium with diaphanous roof sections resembling giant insect wings.
    • The interior is largely obscured, however, by an upside-down stair, magically suspended from the first floor and contained by a diaphanous veil of fine steel grating.
    • I attended his lectures on perception in the 1960s, and am touched to discover that he, too, was taken in as a child by the illusion that cinema curtains are diaphanous.
    • When I arrived back at his house, Amy was already wearing her seventies outfit - a knee-length dress of diaphanous purple and blue flowers.
    • He would ‘flit around the backyard trailing a long piece of diaphanous fabric, in the style of the ballets Russes’.
    • Her taste for wearing loose, diaphanous, white muslin dresses, adopted from Marie Antoinette, gave rise to what became known as the Perdita chemise.
    • Illuminated only by the fire, her figure shrouded in diaphanous clothes, she drifted in a nimbus of copper light.
    • The goddess, clad in a diaphanous robe, overawes the medieval demoiselles who have gathered to admire their reflections in a mountain pool.
    • Conversation ebbs and flows, and from time to time, our host's wife floats through in her diaphanous dress and offers us cheese straws.
    • Even more amazingly, especially in the ravishing performance of Debussy's orchestral seascapes, they bring a chamber music-like transparency to this diaphanous score.
    • Like Robert Irwin, he uses diaphanous fields to capture light, and hovering surfaces to question the fixity of architectural space.
    • The house, too, is filled with colour and texture: gold, glitter, satin, lace, feathers, and yards of diaphanous fabric.
    • Women dancers were dressed in diaphanous white frocks with little wings at their waist, and were bathed in the mysterious poetic light created by newly developed gas lighting in theatres.
    • The gauzy fabric was extremely soft and light, yet somehow not diaphanous.
    • A chorus of fairies wafts above the stage, fluttering their diaphanous wings.
    • The canvas is almost 5 feet tall, and it shows her in a light turquoise satin and chiffon dress with short diaphanous sleeves.
    • In lingerie, this is expressed by delicate shapes in diaphanous fabrics which flutter around the body.
    • At every shop window she checked out her reflection and her several diaphanous layers of bold, floral-printed skirt, top and shawl.