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  1. transition

    • IPA[tranˈziSH(ə)n]

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    • n.
      the process or a period of changing from one state or condition to another;the process by which a person permanently adopts the outward or physical characteristics of the gender with which they identify, as opposed to those associated with their birth sex. The process may or may not involve measures such as hormone therapy and gender reassignment surgery
    • v.
      undergo or cause to undergo a process or period of transition;adopt permanently the outward or physical characteristics of the gender one identifies with, as opposed to those associated with one's birth sex
    • noun: transition, plural noun: transitions

    • verb: transition, 3rd person present: transitions, gerund or present participle: transitioning, past tense: transitioned, past participle: transitioned

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    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. the process or a period of changing from one state or condition to another:

      students in transition from one program to another

      a transition to multiparty democracy

    • 2. the process by which a person permanently adopts the outward or physical characteristics of the gender with which they identify, as opposed to those associated with their birth sex. The process may or may not involve measures such as hormone therapy and gender reassignment surgery:

      she had been living as a woman for eight years at that point and had completed her transition in 2001

      he began the transition from female to male in the 10th grade

    • 3. a passage in a piece of writing that smoothly connects two topics or sections to each other.
    • 4. a momentary modulation from one key to another.
    • 5. a change of an atom, nucleus, electron, etc. from one quantum state to another, with emission or absorption of radiation.
    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. undergo or cause to undergo a process or period of transition:

      the network ought to be built by the federal government and then transitioned into private industry

      we have transitioned from a high-intensity combat operation to a support role in the community

    • 2. adopt permanently the outward or physical characteristics of the gender one identifies with, as opposed to those associated with one's birth sex:

      once the decision was finally made to transition, she was overwhelmed with the support from her immediate family

    • n. the temperature at which a substance acquires or loses a distinctive property, in particular superconductivity.

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    • n. any of the set of metallic elements occupying a central block (Groups IVB–VIII, IB, and IIB, or 4–12) in the periodic table, e.g. iron, manganese, chromium, and copper. Chemically they show variable valency and a strong tendency to form coordination compounds, and many of their compounds are coloured.

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    • n. a curve of constantly changing radius, used to connect a circular arc to a straight line or to an arc of different curvature.

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    • n. the temperature at which a substance acquires or loses some distinctive property, in particular superconductivity.

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    • n. the probability of the occurrence of a transition between two quantum states of an atom, nucleus, electron, etc.

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    • n. the set of conditions of temperature and pressure at which different phases of the same substance can be in equilibrium.

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    • n. the probability of the occurrence of a transition between two quantum states of an atom, nucleus, electron, etc.

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    • n. any of the set of metallic elements occupying a central block (Groups IVB–VIII, IB, and IIB, or 4–12) in the periodic table, e.g., iron, manganese, chromium, and copper. Chemically they show variable valence and a strong tendency to form coordination compounds, and many of their compounds are colored.

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    • IPA[tranˈzɪʃ(ə)n]

    英式

    • n.
      the process or a period of changing from one state or condition to another:
    • students in transition from one programme to another

      a transition to multiparty democracy

    • v.
      undergo or cause to undergo a process or period of transition:
    • he transitioned into filmmaking easily

      a firm specializing in transitioning companies from old technologies to new ones

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