Definición de transmute en inglés:

transmute

Saltos de línea: trans|mute
Pronunciación: /tranzˈmjuːt
 
, trɑːnz-, -ns-/

verbo

1Change in form, nature, or substance: [with object]: the raw material of his experience was transmuted into stories [no object]: the discovery that elements can transmute by radioactivity
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  • Like so many other beauty products, styling treatments have come a long, long way: 20 years ago there were products that, when dry, transmuted into white flakes of dandruff.
  • We see, here, a politics of masculinity, its currency that of resentment transmuted into exaggerated self-assertion.
  • There is Latin itself, which ultimately failed to outlive the imperium and which slowly transmuted into the vernacular Romance languages.
1.1 [with object] Subject (base metals) to alchemical transmutation: the quest to transmute lead into gold
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  • Like the Stone, the Elixir could transmute base metals to gold.
  • Alchemists never transmuted metals, never found a panacea, and never discovered the fountain of youth.
  • The elixir is the Philosopher's Stone, the object which will transmute base metals into silver and gold, but also has the power of restoring health, curing all diseases.

Origen

late Middle English: from Latin transmutare, from trans- 'across' + mutare 'to change'.

Derivativos

transmutability

Pronunciación: /-ˈbɪlɪti/
sustantivo
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  • A similar transmutability of energy into information, and vice versa, although somewhat more subtle, may well drive 21st Century science and many of its applications.
  • As such, even the his claim to have renounced the power of alchemy is still locked into its rhetorical presumption of the transmutability of self and world.
  • These questions point to the fluidity and transmutability of the questions we deal with as we re-imagine, re-read, re-tell and re-write the human record.

transmutable

adjetivo
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  • It is here, around discourses to do with the transmutable body of Christ, that the Cartesian method becomes most apparent within her writing and in exchanges with her spiritual director.
  • Of course, making crude and speculative drawings of atoms proves nothing, but it encourages the belief that elements are not transmutable but irrevocably different from one another.
  • His work is in some ways truer to the nature of film than the more materialist British work, in that film color is itself somewhat arbitrary and transmutable.

transmutative

adjetivo
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  • By 1913 most of the gold had disappeared, but the transmutative effect of the rush survived.
  • Echinacea Purpurea assists initiates in releasing cellular trauma during the transmutative process of ascension.
  • The works in this exhibition explore the space of fantasy as an ongoing process of transmutative imaginings.

transmuter

sustantivo
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  • It's full of illusionists and transmuters, and you're worried about hair color?
  • What, is he one of those transmuters who looks like something from a horror movie?
  • We had a transmuter change me from a housecat to a panther, and telekinesis became easier, because my mass was greater.

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