See-through



adjective
1.
Also, see-thru
[see-throo] /ˈsiˌθru/ (Show IPA). transparent:
a see-through blouse.
noun
2.
a degree of or variation in transparency.
3.
a see-through item of clothing.
4.
look-through.
see-through

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