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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transsexual (outdated; sometimes considered offensive) relating to or being a person whose gender identity differs from the sex which was assigned to them at birth. [2 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.
transuranic having an atomic number higher than that of uranium.
transversal in a crosswise position; transverse. [2 definitions]
transverse set or directed across; crosswise. [2 definitions]
transverse colon the central section of the large intestine that occupies the upper part of the abdominal cavity.
transvestite a person who derives pleasure, esp. sexual pleasure, from dressing in clothing and assuming behavior specifically associated with the opposite sex.
trap1 a device for catching, holding, and often killing wild animals and game, rodents, or the like. [13 definitions]
trap2 to provide with clothing, decoration, or the like (often fol. by "out"). [2 definitions]
trap3 any of various dark, fine-grained igneous rocks, such as basalt, often used in road construction.
trapdoor a hinged or sliding door that is fitted into and usu. flush with a floor, ceiling, or roof.
trap-door spider any of several spiders that construct a silk-lined nest covered by a hinged lid resembling a trap door.
trapeze a rope swing with a bar, suspended high above the ground and used for gymnastic exercises or acrobatic stunts, as by a circus performer.
trapezium a four-sided plane figure in which no two sides are parallel. [2 definitions]