Traducción de opaque en Español:

opaque

opaco, adj.

Pronunciación /ə(ʊ)ˈpeɪk//oʊˈpeɪk/

adjetivo

  • 1

    (not transparent)
    opaco
    • Redwood gazebos will look and perform best with the application of a transparent, semi-transparent or opaque finish.
    • Brookite is a transparent to opaque mineral that occurs in various shades of red- and yellow-brown through dark brown to black.
    • Alternatively, you might replace transparent glass with the opaque frosted or acid-etched variety.
    • Although most of the beryl is fractured and opaque, a few transparent crystals have been found.
    • The surfaces of these complex, radically vertiginous paintings are built up with transparent and opaque acrylics.
    • Most use a combination of transparent and opaque watercolors, and their original works are about twice the size of the printed plates.
    • The crystals range from nearly opaque through translucent to transparent.
    • Out of them came only egg yolk and egg white, firm and opaque or runny and transparent to be sure, but never any sort of baby bird.
    • Most are pinkish purple and range from transparent to almost opaque, the latter often being extensively cracked.
    • These consist of arrays of pixels, each made of a material that varies from being transparent to opaque depending on the size of the electrical voltage you apply to it.
    • The mediums vary from high gloss to matte, transparent to opaque, bold to nuanced.
    • The work is viewed on a screen behind which drawings, puppets, and backdrops are illuminated using opaque and transparent projections.
    • As far as the gem folks are concerned, it is not much of an exaggeration to say that they see gems as either transparent or opaque.
    • Acrylic also comes in various transparent or opaque colours.
    • Drawings described simply as ‘watercolours’ are often found to be executed in a combination of both transparent and opaque pigments.
    • By now you will have a wooden container full of an insipid yellowish opaque liquid and a sieve full of mash.
    • Its refinement however, and the shifting play of the opaque and transparent, suggests descent from the traditional Japanese house.
    • Occasionally, they hold their hands out to the passing crowd asking for handouts, taking turns to sip an opaque liquid from a plastic container.
    • Males immediately began displaying to one another through the transparent partition after the opaque partition was removed.
    • Beyond was a flurry of activity as men and women in white lab coats bustled around a dozen or so large, cylindrical vats containing a nearly opaque, viscous liquid.
  • 2formal

    (unintelligible)
    impenetrable
    poco claro
    • I find conversation about football utterly opaque and uninteresting.
    • Topics that had once appeared impossibly opaque to even the most determined of scholars now almost promiscuously invite inquiry and controversy.
    • But his tendency towards dull speeches, opaque language and meandering responses to questions almost undid him.
    • The bill's language was opaque enough that opponents worried it would impact fishing, too.
    • Online voting systems will use technology that is opaque to voters.
    • The explanations are about as opaque to the uninitiated as the phrases themselves.
    • Broadly speaking, its function is to help us express and regulate our emotional lives, which are confusing and sometimes opaque to us.
    • I say to the Minister that someone must have thought through what that means, but it is completely opaque to me.
    • But then again, it's exactly with such opaque language that committees like to dig their way out of trouble.
    • The process isn't necessarily racist or sexist, it's just totally opaque to anyone who isn't a student politics geek.
    • This was part of an effort to increase the transparency of hedge funds, which are notoriously opaque to investors and regulators.
    • The existing products emphasize process and procedure and tend to be so opaque to the user that they are not trusted for speculative work.
    • Moreover, by invoking Nahuatl and speaking in tongues, he dramatizes the opaque materiality of language.
    • This is the opaque, convoluted language quoted in the decision handed down four days ago by the current US Supreme Court.
    • He believed that there do exist necessary connections in nature, even though these connections are opaque to human understanding.
    • Though the differential is striking, its meaning may be somewhat opaque to non-specialists: everybody dies in the end, after all.
    • Derrida neglected to discuss alternatives except in language so opaque it is impossible to decipher.
    • Shakespeare was an experimental writer whose business was ‘to present character in all its inaccessibility, in language at least as opaque as necessary’.
    • The logical chain leading from recovery from illness to an understanding of the animals' language is similarly opaque.
    • The Federal Reserve chairman is famous for his opaque remarks and abstruse topics.