Definition of Opaque. Meaning of Opaque. Synonyms of Opaque

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Definition of Opaque

Opaque
Opaque O*paque", a. [F., fr. L. opacus. Cf. Opacous.] 1. Impervious to the rays of light; not transparent; as, an opaque substance. 2. Obscure; not clear; unintelligible. [Colloq.]
Opaque
Opaque O*paque", n. That which is opaque; opacity. --Young.

Meaning of Opaque from wikipedia

- Opacity or opaque may refer to: Impediments to (especially, visible) light: Opacities, absorption coefficients Opacity (optics), property or degree of...
- In computer programming, an opaque pointer is a special case of an opaque data type, a data type declared to be a pointer to a record or data structure...
- The Pink Opaque is a 1986 compilation album by Scottish alternative rock band Cocteau Twins, composed of tracks recorded between 1982 and 1985. A joint...
- opaque, opaque, sheer and fishnet styles — or a combination, such as the original concept of the American term pantyhose with sheer legs and opaque panty...
- In computer programming, an opaque predicate is a predicate—an expression that evaluates to either "true" or "false"—for which the outcome is known by...
- geometry, an opaque set is a system of curves or other set in the plane that blocks all lines of sight across a polygon, circle, or other shape. Opaque sets have...
- The opaque projector, epidioscope, epidiascope or episcope is a device which displays opaque materials by shining a bright lamp onto the object from above...
- Gouache (/ɡuˈɑːʃ, ɡwɑːʃ/; French: [ɡwaʃ]), body color, or opaque watercolor, is a water-medium paint consisting of natural pigment, water, a binding agent...
- An opaque context or referentially opaque context is a linguistic context in which it is not always possible to substitute "co-referential" expressions...
- (called opaque form). This switch from white cells to opaque cells is important for the virulence and the mating process of C. albicans as the opaque form...