Opaque vs Blurred - What's the difference?
As adjectives the difference between opaque and blurred
is that opaque
is neither reflecting nor emitting light while blurred
is out of focus; partially obscured; smudged.
As verbs the difference between opaque and blurred
is that opaque
is to make, render (more) opaque while blurred
As a noun opaque
is (obsolete|poetic) an area of darkness; a place or region with no light.
Neither reflecting nor emitting light.
Allowing little light to pass through, not translucent or transparent.
(figuratively) Unclear, unintelligible, hard to get or explain the meaning of
(figuratively) Obtuse, stupid.
(computing) Describes a type for which higher-level callers have no knowledge of data values or their representations; all operations are carried out by the type's defined abstract operators.
* (physically) see-through, translucent, transparent
* (figuratively) clear, obvious, bright, brilliant
* The comparative opaquer and superlative opaquest, though formed following valid rules for English, are much less common than more opaque' and ' most opaque and seem to occur more frequently in poetry.
(obsolete, poetic) An area of darkness; a place or region with no light.
* 1745 , Edward Young, Night-Thoughts , I:
Something which is opaque rather than translucent.
- Through this opaque of Nature and of Soul, / This double night, transmit one pitying ray, / To lighten, and to cheer.
To make, render (more) opaque.
Out of focus; partially obscured; smudged.