noun (plural transparencies)
- Demands for greater financial transparency were resisted at every turn.
- Hopefully, this legislation will bring greater transparency in these transactions.
- A single currency will also increase price transparency and thus highlight price differences still existing between Member States.
- She then presents the photographs as transparencies in light-boxes.
- Documentation can take the form of written language transcriptions, audiotapes, photographs, videotapes, video prints, overhead transparencies, and children's productions.
- Electronic images, transparencies and glossy prints are acceptable.
Late 16th century (as a general term denoting a transparent object): from medieval Latin transparentia, from transparent- 'shining through' (see transparent).
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