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trans-

prefix
 
 
/træns-, trænz-/
across across: transatlantic flightsThrough, across, opposite and against
change showing a change: to transform to translateChangingAdapting and modifying Adapting and attuning to somethingChanging frequently
Translations of “trans-”
in Vietnamese dọc, qua…
in Spanish trans-…
in Thai ข้าม…
in Malaysian rentas…
in French trans-…
in German durch-……
in Chinese (Traditional) 穿越, 穿越,橫穿…
in Indonesian lintas…
in Russian транс-, через, пере-…
in Turkish ın/in bir ucundan öbürüne/ötesinde... anlamında önek, değişim gösteren/değişken... anlamında ön ek…
in Chinese (Simplified) 穿越, 穿越,横穿…
in Polish trans-…
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