Definition of trans- in English:

trans-

Pronunciation: /trans, trɑːns, -nz/

prefix

1Across; beyond: transcontinental transgress
1.1On or to the other side of: transatlantic transalpine Often contrasted with cis-.
2Through: transonic
2.1Into another state or place: transform translate
2.2Surpassing; transcending: transfinite
3 Chemistry (usually trans-) Denoting molecules with trans arrangements of substituents: trans-1,2-dichloroethene
3.1 Genetics Denoting alleles on different chromosomes.

Origin

from Latin trans 'across'.

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