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Synonyms for transpose
trænsˈpoʊz; ˈtræns poʊz

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Princeton's WordNet

  1. transpose(verb)

    a matrix formed by interchanging the rows and columns of a given matrix

  2. permute, commute, transpose(verb)

    change the order or arrangement of

    "Dyslexics often transpose letters in a word"

    change, commute, transfer, exchange, transplant, permute, convert, counterchange, interchange

  3. transfer, transpose, transplant(verb)

    transfer from one place or period to another

    "The ancient Greek story was transplanted into Modern America"

    reassign, change, interchange, channel, permute, transplant, transport, remove, commute, shift, channelize, transmit, channelise, transfer, graft, counterchange

  4. counterchange, transpose, interchange(verb)

    cause to change places

    "interchange this screw for one of a smaller size"

    change, alternate, commute, transfer, switch, exchange, tack, transplant, permute, flip-flop, flip, replace, counterchange, interchange, substitute

  5. transpose(verb)

    transfer a quantity from one side of an equation to the other side reversing its sign, in order to maintain equality

    transfer, transplant, permute, commute, counterchange, interchange

  6. transpose(verb)

    put (a piece of music) into another key

    transfer, transplant, permute, commute, counterchange, interchange

  7. commute, transpose(verb)

    exchange positions without a change in value

    "These operators commute with each other"

    change, commute, transfer, exchange, transplant, permute, convert, counterchange, interchange

  8. transpose(verb)

    change key

    "Can you transpose this fugue into G major?"

    transfer, transplant, permute, commute, counterchange, interchange

Complete Dictionary of Synonyms and Antonyms

  1. transpose

    change, transmute, interchange, reverse, shift, transfer, displace

    stereotype, stabilitate, fix, retain

Dictionary of English Synonymes

  1. transpose(v. a.)

    change the order of (by putting one in place of the other, or substituting one for the other)

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How to use transpose in a sentence?

  1. Grant Fairweather:

    They tell me that it's doing quite well, but that doesn't transpose into here.

  2. Jason Chua:

    Transpose doesn't require a completely new aircraft or the fundamental redesign of airport infrastructure, instead of spending decades and billions of dollars on designing an entirely new aircraft.

  3. Gabriel Sterling:

    It would have been discovered and corrected even without the monitor there to have pointed it out, we have quality control measures that our audit consultants go through on each one of these tally sheets to make sure you didn't transpose a number, you didn't add a zero, you didn't miss a batch.

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Translations for transpose

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  • transportarCatalan, Valencian
  • transponovatCzech
  • vertauschen, Transponierte, transponieren, umstellen, umformenGerman
  • αναστρέφω, διασκευάζω, αντιμεταθέτωGreek
  • reversar, transponer, transportar, matriz traspuesta, cambiar de miembroSpanish
  • transponoidaFinnish
  • transposer, transposée, matrice transposéeFrench
  • traspór, traspoñerGalician
  • bylt fylki, byltaIcelandic
  • weheMāori
  • verwisselen, omwisselenDutch
  • transponowaćPolish
  • переноси́ть, переста́вить, транспони́ровать, переставля́ть, перенести́Russian
  • transponera, transponat, transponerad matrisSwedish

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