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From ne- +‎ caurspīdīgs (transparent) (with caurspīdīgs from caur (through) +‎ spīdīgs (shining, shiny) and spīdīgs from spīde (shine) +‎ -īgs).

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necaurspīdīgs (definite necaurspīdīgais, comparative necaurspīdīgāks, superlative visnecaurspīdīgākais, adverb necaurspīdīgi)

  1. opaque (that which is not transparent, such that light does not pass through it, such that one cannot see through it)
    necaurspīdīgs audumsopaque fabric
    necaurspīdīgi mākoņiopaque clouds
    acs lēca pēc ievainojumiem kļūst necaurspīdīgathe eye lens (crystalline) becomes opaque after injuries
    savairojoties, aļģes padara ūdeni necaurspīdīgu, blāvu(by) multiplying, the algae make the water opaque (and) dull

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