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    see through

    a. What should I say a clothing in very thin material that can be see-through easily?

    b. For the above sentence, shall I say
    1. that can be see-through easily?
    2. that can be seen through easily?
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    Re: see through

    Believe it or not it's called "see through material"

    You would say it can be seen througheasily.

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    #3

    Re: see through

    I'd use a hyphen: see-through material.

    If you want a posh term, you can use diaphanous.

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