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transpose

verb [T]  /trænsˈpoʊz/ us  
to change the order of something: The total was wrong because I had transposed two numbers.
Translations of “transpose”
in Chinese (Traditional) 使換位置, 使互換位置, 使變調…
in Chinese (Simplified) 使换位置, 使互换位置, 使变调…
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