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transcontinental going across or spanning a continent. [2 definitions]
Transcontinental Railroad the U.S. railway completed in 1869 that was the first one to connect cities of the Atlantic coast with those of the Pacific coast. [2 definitions]
transcribe to write or type a copy or full version of (something dictated or heard, shorthand notes, or the like). [4 definitions]
transcript an exact copy or reproduction considered as an official record, as of court hearings, a person's academic grades, or the like.
transcriptase an enzyme that is involved in the formation of RNA from DNA during transcription.
transcription the act or product of transcribing. [4 definitions]
transducer a device that converts energy from one form to another, such as a loudspeaker that converts electricity into sound.
transect to cut across or divide by cutting across.
transept the section of a church that crosses the longer, central section or nave at right angles, or either half of this section.
transfer to convey or move from one place or person to another. [10 definitions]
transferable combined form of transfer.
transfer agent an individual, bank, or trust company that is legally designated to supervise the buying and selling of certificates on behalf of a corporation.
transferal a transfer.
transferee one who is transferred. [2 definitions]
transference an act or process of transferring. [2 definitions]
transfer RNA a small, looped RNA that brings amino acids to a developing polypeptide chain. (Cf. messenger RNA.)
transfiguration the act of transforming or the state of being transformed in form or appearance, esp. to an idealized or spiritualized state. [2 definitions]
transfigure to radically change the form or appearance of, esp. for the better; transform; ennoble or beautify. [2 definitions]
transfix to pierce through with, or as though with, something sharply pointed; impale. [2 definitions]
transform to change the form, appearance, or structure of. [5 definitions]
transformable combined form of transform.