Firstly, I wouldn’t recommend it since transparent background really don’t play well with IE7.
But if you must have it, your best bet would be to create a partially-transparent background square of the colour you want in Photoshop, and save it as a PNG format. For example, if you want a white background that is 30% transparent, create a small (maybe 10px by 10px) square white background with visibility set to 70% in Photoshop. Then create a child theme, upload the image into that child theme, and use CSS to have the particular elements that you want to have semi-transparent background to use the image you’ve created as a repeating background.
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