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Transuranic

ˈel.ɪ.mənt

Meanings of Transuranic:

adjective

(of an element) having a higher atomic number than uranium (92).

Usage examples:

Berkelium is a transuranic element, with an atomic number of 97 and an atomic mass of 274.0703.
noun

A part ...

Meanings of Transurethral:

adjective

(of a medical procedure) performed via the urethra.

Usage examples:

The patient developed a local recurrence 8 months postoperatively, which was managed by a combinati…

Meanings of Transvaal:

proper noun

A former province in northeastern south africa, north of the vaal river. resistance to britain's annexation of transvaal in 1877 led to the boer wars, after which the transvaal became a crown colony. it became a founding province of the union of south africa in 1910 and in 1994 was divided into the provinces of northern transvaal, eastern transvaal, pretoria-witwatersrand-vereeniging, and the eastern part of north-west province.

Transvaluation

ˌtrænz.væl.juˈeɪ.ʃən

Meanings of Transvaluation:

noun

The act of judging the value of something in a completely new and different way

Usage examples:

Her work involves a transvaluation of traditional values and a powerful affirmation of life., it is…

Transvalue

ˌtranzˈvaljuː

Meanings of Transvalue:

verb

Represent (something, typically an idea, custom, or quality) in a different way, causing it to be revalued.

Usage examples:

Survival strategies are aesthetically transvalued into weapons of attack

Transvaluing

ˌtranzˈvaljuː

Meanings of Transvaluing:

verb

Represent (something, typically an idea, custom, or quality) in a different way, causing it to be revalued.

Usage examples:

Survival strategies are aesthetically transvalued into weapons of attack

Transversal

trænzˈvɜ.səl

Meanings of Transversal:

adjective

(of a line) cutting a system of lines.

Usage examples:

A faint transversal line may indicate the posterior border of the seventh sternite.
noun

A transversal line.

Usage examples:

The construction consisted of orthogonals, transversals, horizon line and vanishing point.

Meanings of Transverse:

adjective

Situated or extending across something.

Usage examples:

A transverse beam supports the dashboard

Transversely

trænzˈvɜːs.li

Meanings of Transversely:

adverb

Going from side to side

Usage examples:

A transversely oriented fracture

Meanings of Transversum:

adjective

A latin word meaning "transverse" (= from side to side), used in medical names and descriptions

Transversus

trænzˈvɜːs.əs

Meanings of Transversus:

noun

A latin word meaning "transverse" (= from side to side), used in medical names and descriptions

Meanings of Transvestism:

noun

The action or practice of dressing in clothes primarily associated with the opposite sex.

Usage examples:

A history of transvestism

Transvestites

tranzˈvɛstʌɪt

Meanings of Transvestites:

noun

A person who dresses in clothes primarily associated with the opposite sex (typically used of a man).

Usage examples:

Although a great many of the transvestites simply look like men in women's clothes, many were very …
adjective

Wearing clothes associated primarily with the opposite sex.

Meanings of Transvestitism:

noun

The action or practice of dressing in clothes primarily associated with the opposite sex.

Usage examples:

A history of transvestism

Transylvanian

ˌtransɪlˈveɪnɪən

Meanings of Transylvanian:

adjective

Relating to or characteristic of the romanian region of transylvania or its inhabitants.

Usage examples:

I expected him to speak with a transylvanian accent
noun

A native or inhabitant of the romanian region of transylvania.

Usage examples:

Transylvanians have a strong sense of their distinctness and identity

Trap

træp

Meanings of Trap:

noun

A device or enclosure designed to catch and retain animals, typically by allowing entry but not exit or by catching hold of a part of the body.

Usage examples:

The squirrels ravaged the saplings, despite the baited traps
verb

Short for trapdoor.

Meanings of Trapball:

noun

A game in which the player uses a bat to hit a trap to send a ball into the air and then hits the ball itself.

Usage examples:

The young men are expert in a variety of games at ball - such as cricket, base, cat, trapball, also…

Meanings of Trapballs:

noun

A game in which the player uses a bat to hit a trap to send a ball into the air and then hits the ball itself.

Usage examples:

The young men are expert in a variety of games at ball - such as cricket, base, cat, trapball, also…

Trapdoor

ˈtræp.dɔːr

Meanings of Trapdoor:

noun

A hinged or removable panel in a floor, ceiling, or roof.

Usage examples:

There's a trapdoor in the ceiling: the time capsule takes us up through it, and we're in the family…

Trapdoors

ˈtræp.dɔːr

Meanings of Trapdoors:

noun

A hinged or removable panel in a floor, ceiling, or roof.

Usage examples:

There's a trapdoor in the ceiling: the time capsule takes us up through it, and we're in the family…

Meanings of Trapes:

verb

Archaic spelling of traipse (verb).

Usage examples:

I've been out for these three hours trapesing about the grounds

Trapesed

treɪps

Meanings of Trapesed:

verb

Archaic spelling of traipse (verb).

Usage examples:

I've been out for these three hours trapesing about the grounds

Meanings of Trapeses:

verb

Archaic spelling of traipse (verb).

Usage examples:

I've been out for these three hours trapesing about the grounds

Meanings of Trapesing:

verb

Archaic spelling of traipse (verb).

Usage examples:

I've been out for these three hours trapesing about the grounds

Meanings of Trapeze:

noun

A horizontal bar hanging by two ropes and free to swing, used by acrobats in a circus.

Usage examples:

Henthorn, a chicagoan, got hooked on the trapeze after seeing a circus show.

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