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transoceanic crossing or spanning an ocean. [2 definitions]
transom a small, hinged window above an interior door, or the crossbar separating the two. [2 definitions]
transonic close to the speed of sound; moving at a speed that is between subsonic and supersonic.
transpacific crossing or spanning the Pacific Ocean. [2 definitions]
transparence the state, quality, or condition of being transparent; transparency.
transparency the state or condition of being transparent; transparence. [2 definitions]
transparent permitting the passage of light and a clear view of objects on the other side. [3 definitions]
transpire to give off wastes from the surface in the form of vapor, as plants. (See perspire.) [2 definitions]
transplant to uproot and replant in another place. [5 definitions]
transplantable combined form of transplant.
transponder a radio or radar transceiver that is automatically activated to transmit when it receives a predetermined signal.
transport to convey from one place to another; carry. [7 definitions]
transportable combined form of transport.
transportation the act or process of transporting. [6 definitions]
transpose to exchange the position or order of (two things). [4 definitions]
transposition the act of transposing, or the condition of being transposed. [2 definitions]
transsexual one who strongly identifies with, or wishes to be of, the opposite sex. [3 definitions]
transship to transfer cargo from one conveyance to another for forwarding or reshipment.
transsonic variant of transonic.
transubstantiate to convert (one substance) into another. [2 definitions]
transubstantiation in the Roman Catholic Church, the doctrine that the bread and wine of the Eucharist are the true body and blood of Jesus Christ.