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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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This transposes to MANIFESTABLE, capable of being manifested, a simple entry from W3.
This transposes to LOT-ET-GARONNE, a department in the southwest of France named after the Lot and Garonne rivers.
This transposes to AMERICAN ELM, a large and well-known ornamental tree common in eastern North America with gradually spreading branches, listed in W3.
This transposes to CAMERONIANS, the plural of CAMERONIAN, a person that holds the ecclesiastical and political doctrines of Richard Cameron and his followers who refused to recognize any civil government that did not explicitly admit that it derived its power from Jesus Christ (W3).
This transposes to DEFOLIATORS, the plural of a word with an obvious enough meaning: one that defoliates (W3).
This transposes to ANIMALHOODS, the plural of ANIMALHOOD, one of those many undefined words appearing 'beneath the line' in Webster's New International Dictionary, Second Edition (W2).
This transposes to ENTORGANISM, an internal parasite (W2).