transpose

[ verb trans-pohz; noun trans-pohz ]SEE DEFINITION OF transpose

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR TRANSPOSE

Transpose it into platinum or uranium—anything good and heavy.

See whether you can transpose these suggestions into the terms of your problem.

Substitute Roman figures for the Arabic numerals, and transpose the letters.

But I can transpose to any of the copies of my portrait, anywhere.

To transpose a quantity from one side of an equation to another is to place it across.

I know all about you girls who play, sing, transpose and compose.

We might also transpose, but, I think, with a loss of force.

"We could just transpose the whole area," Charles suggested.

Do not transpose letters; place each letter where it belongs.

He is a great reader, of course, and can transpose at sight, and all that sort of thing.

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