| John Spacey, December 23, 2020 updated on January 15, 2021
Transparent is the state of allowing light to pass through. This is used to describe optical properties such as a window that lets in light. Transparency is also used in an analogous sense to describe openness and disclosure of information. The opposites of transparent include physical properties such as opaqueness and darkness that prevent light from passing through objects. Opposites also include words to describe secrecy, poor communication and inadequate disclosure. The following are common antonyms of transparent.
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