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trans·pose

(trans-pōz'),
To transfer one tissue or organ to the place of another and vice versa.
[L. trans-pono, pp. -positus, to place across, transfer]

trans·pose

(trans-pōz')
To transfer one tissue or organ to the place of another, and the reverse.
[L. trans-pono, pp. -positus, to place across, transfer]

trans·pose

(trans-pōz')
To transfer one tissue or organ in place of another.
[L. trans-pono, pp. -positus, to place across, transfer]
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Transposing a melody written for piano from one pitch level to another is straightforward enough, conceptually.
Many EU countries were also late transposing the EU's second power and gas directives into national law, and the EC had to launch formal infringement procedures against nearly all of them.
We have a well-coordinated team of employees so that we should not face any difficulties in transposing the Quality Management System," declared Dr.
To date, seven member states have communicated to the Commission their national legislation fully transposing the directive, and a further four have partially transposed it.
Bryan includes chord symbol explanations, transposing tips for instruments other than those in the key of C and performance tips.
Art reflects the movements that stir society, transposing them onto an expressive plane.
GeoMedia WebMap is the only Web-based map visualization tool that enables real-time links to one or more GIS data warehouses for transposing data to maps.
Banz revisited these portraits of imitators for his exhibition in the Galerie Bob Gysin in Zurich, transposing them into painting only to alienate them digitally by scanning the painted portraits--turning them into "Ali's Ghosts," 2001.