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transition

noun [C or U]     /trænˈzɪʃ.ən/
a change from one form or type to another, or the process by which this happens 轉變;過度 The health-care system is in transition at the moment. 醫療保健制度目前正在變革。 There will be an interim government to oversee the transition to democracy. 將會有一個臨時政府來進行監督過度到民主政治的過程。 Change and changes
Translations of “transition”
in Arabic مَرحلة انتِقالِيّة…
in Korean 과도…
in Malaysian peralihan…
in French transition…
in Turkish geçiş, değişim, intikal…
in Italian transizione, passaggio…
in Russian переход…
in Polish przejście, przemiana…
in Vietnamese sự quá độ…
in Spanish transición…
in Portuguese transição…
in Thai การเปลี่ยน…
in German der Übergang…
in Catalan transició…
in Japanese 移行, 推移…
in Indonesian peralihan…
in Chinese (Simplified) 转变, 过渡…
(Definition of transition from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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