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trans-
Pronunciación: /trans/ /trɑːns/ /tranz/ /trɑːnz/

Definición de trans- en inglés:

prefijo

1.1On or to the other side of. Often contrasted with cis- (sense 1). transatlantic transalpine
2Through: transonic
2.1Into another state or place: transform translate
3Referring or relating to people whose sense of personal identity does not correspond with the gender assigned to them at birth. Compare with cis- (sense 2). transgender transphobia
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • These rules deal with restrictions on gay, lesbian and transgendered players.
  • They claim to be victims of discrimination while furthering a transphobic agenda.
  • Whatever part he played in this he's a latecomer to the struggle at best and a nasty transphobe to boot.
4 Chemistry (usually trans-) Denoting molecules with trans arrangements of substituents: trans-1,2-dichloroethene
4.1 Genetics Denoting alleles on different chromosomes.

Origen

From Latin trans 'across'.

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