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verb as in occur, happen

verb as in become known

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Health care workers like Cline were captive to the machinations transpiring overhead, unsure why they didn’t have the protection they needed.

Don’t minimize your role when things are tough, have ownership over what’s transpiring.

Such collusion requires a single entity to control over 50% of the network—a risk that is is remote in the case of Bitcoin, but which has transpired in the case of smaller digital currencies.

From Fortune

You witness what transpired during the brutal throwdown between Hyrule's soldiers and the minions of the gross, fiery-eyed, skull-headed monster of “hatred and malice incarnate,” Calamity Ganon.

The ratings agency warned that such a departure could indeed transpire, given the extent to which the pandemic could put America’s “electoral infrastructure under strain.”

From Fortune

Greste has also taken a stand in prison as a staunch critic of what has transpired.

The Barclays Center where the Duke and Duchess will be seated would have stood in thick of where the pivotal action transpired.

But Lewis could describe what transpired in the minutes that followed.

What actually transpired could have landed Rice in prison for between three and five years.

Many of us have watched in horror at the events as they have transpired in this suburb of St. Louis.

Their reason for altering this plan and sending Peter to the School of Jurisprudence has not transpired.

It transpired, when the men came up, that there was no unanimity about going to Government House.

Nothing further transpired, however, and the readers of the halfpenny press for once were deprived of their sensation.

And then it transpired that even a greater sacrifice was required of her—she was to be forbidden to see Thyrsis at all!

First, nothing was to be expected from investigation at the Rectory; and to be brief, nothing has transpired.


On this page you'll find 27 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to transpired, such as: befall, ensue, arise, develop, eventuate, and chance.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.