trans

trans·abdominal;
trans·ac·ci·den·ta·tion;
trans·acetylase;
trans·ac·tion;
trans·ac·tion·al;
trans·ac·tor;
trans·admittance;
trans·am·i·nase;
trans·am·i·na·tion;
trans·an·i·ma·tion;
trans·an·nu·lar;
trans·border;
trans·ca·lent;
trans·callosal;
trans·ceiver;
trans·conductance;
trans·con·ti·nen·tal;
trans·cortical;
trans·crystalline;
trans·cultural;
trans·cul·tu·ra·tion;
trans·cur·rent;
trans·cutaneous;
trans·dialect;
trans·duc·er;
trans·duc·tion;
trans·duc·tor;
trans·el·e·ment;
trans·empirical;
trans·esterification;
trans·e·unt;
trans·fer·abil·i·ty;
trans·fer·able;
trans·fer·al;
trans·fer·ase;
trans·fer·ee;
trans·fer·ence;
trans·fer·en·tial;
trans·fer·o·type;
trans·fer·rer;
trans·fer·rin;
trans·fig·u·ra·tion;
trans·fig·ure;
trans·fix;
trans·fix·ion;
trans·form·able;
trans·form·ance;
trans·for·ma·tion·ist;
trans·form·a·tive;
trans·form·er;
trans·form·ism;
trans·form·ist;
trans·fus·able;
trans·fuse;
trans·fu·sion;
trans·fu·sion·ist;
trans·ge·na·tion;
trans·granular;
trans·gres·sion;
trans·gres·sor;
trans·human;
trans·hu·mance;
trans·illuminate;
trans·illumination;
trans·illuminator;
trans·individual;
trans·i·re;
trans·isthmian;
trans·i·tiv·ize;
trans·lat·abil·i·ty;
trans·lat·able;
trans·lat·er;
trans·la·tion·al;
trans·la·tive;
trans·la·tor;
trans·la·tor·ese;
trans·la·to·ry;
trans·lit·er·ate;
trans·lit·er·a·tion;
trans·lit·er·a·tor;
trans·lo·cate;
trans·location;
trans·lu·cence;
trans·lu·cen·cy;
trans·lu·cent;
trans·lu·cent·ly;
trans·lu·cid;
trans·lu·nary;
trans·make;
trans·marine;
trans·median;
trans·methylation;
trans·mi·grant;
trans·mi·grate;
trans·mi·gra·tion;
trans·mi·gra·tor;
trans·mis·si·bil·i·ty;
trans·mis·si·ble;
trans·mis·sion;
trans·mis·sive;
trans·mis·siv·i·ty;
trans·mis·som·e·ter;
trans·mit;
trans·mit·ta·ble;
trans·mit·tal;
trans·mit·tance;
trans·mit·tan·cy;
trans·mog·ri·fi·ca·tion;
trans·mog·ri·fy;
trans·mon·tane;
trans·mun·dane;
trans·mu·ral;
trans·mut·abil·i·ty;
trans·mut·able;
trans·mu·ta·tion·ist;
trans·mut·ative;
trans·mute;
trans·national;
trans·ocean;
trans·oceanic;
trans·orbital;
trans·ovar·i·al;
trans·pacific;
trans·pa·dane;
trans·palatine;
trans·par·ence;
trans·par·en·cy;
trans·par·ent;
trans·par·ent·ize;
trans·par·ent·ly;
trans·par·ent·ness;
trans·pep·ti·da·tion;
trans·phenomenal;
trans·phosphorylase;
trans·phosphorylation;
trans·pierce;
trans·place;
trans·placental;
trans·plant·able;
trans·plan·ta·tion;
trans·plant·er;
trans·polar;
trans·pon·tine;
trans·port·abil·i·ty;
trans·port·able;
trans·port·al;
trans·por·ta·tion;
trans·por·ta·tion·al;
trans·port·ed;
trans·port·ee;
trans·port·er;
trans·port·ive;
trans·pos·abil·i·ty;
trans·pos·able;
trans·pos·al;
trans·po·si·tion;
trans·po·si·tion·al;
trans·prose;
trans·rational;
trans·rectification;
trans·rhe·nane;
trans·seg·men·tal;
trans·shape;
trans·ship;
trans·ship·ment;
trans·subjective;
trans·temporal;
trans·tracheal;
trans·u·ra·ni·um;
trans·urethral;
trans·vaal;
trans·val·u·ate;
trans·val·u·a·tion;
trans·value;
trans·vase;
trans·ver·sale;
trans·ver·sa·lis;
trans·ver·sa·ry;
trans·verse·ly;
trans·verse·ness;
trans·vers·er;
trans·ver·sion;
trans·ver·sum;
trans·ver·sus;
trans·vert·er;
trans·ves·tic;
trans·ves·tism;
trans·am·i·nate;
trans·axle;
trans·car·ba·myl·ase;
trans·cortin;
trans·dermal;
trans·disciplinary;
trans·duce;
trans·duc·tant;
trans;
trans·fec·tion;
trans·for·mant;
trans·for·ma·tion·al;
trans·for·ma·tion·al·ist;
trans·fu·sion·al;
trans·gender;
trans·gene;
trans·historical;
trans·ke·tol·ase;
trans·lunar;
trans·membrane;
trans·mountain;
trans·peptidase;
trans·pos·on;
trans·racial;
trans·sexual;
trans·thoracic;
trans·venous;
trans·act;
trans·alpine;
trans·at·lan·tic;
trans·caucasian;
trans·fer;
trans·finite;
trans·form;
trans·for·ma·tion;
trans·genic;
trans·gress;
trans·gres·sive;
trans·hu·mant;
trans·jordanian;
trans·late;
trans·la·tion;
trans·mit·ter;
trans·mu·ta·tion;
trans·personal;
trans·plant;
trans·port;
trans·pose;
trans·ver·sal;
trans·verse;
trans·ves·tite;
trans·ac·tion·al·ly;
trans·at·lan·ti·cal·ly;
trans·con·ti·nen·tal·ly;
trans·cutaneal;
trans·der·mal·ly;
trans·duc·tion·al;
trans·el·e·ment·ate;
trans·el·e·men·ta·tion;
trans·fect;
trans·fer·er;
trans·fer·or;
trans·fer·ror;
trans·fer·ro·type;
trans·fus·ible;
trans·gendered;
trans·gres·sive·ly;
trans·la·tion·al·ly;
trans·medial;
trans·mi·gra·to·ry;
trans·ovar·i·al·ly;
trans·ovar·i·an;
trans·ovar·i·an·ly;
trans·port·ed·ly;
trans·sexualism;
trans·sexuality;
trans·sub·stan·ti·a·tion;
trans·tho·rac·i·cal·ly;
trans·u·ra·ni·an;
trans·u·ran·ic;
trans·ver·sal·ly;
trans·ves·ti·tism;
un·trans·lat·able·ness;
un·trans·lat·ably;

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  • trans- — ♦ Préfixe, du lat. trans « par delà », prép. et préverbe, qui a en fr. le sens de « au delà de » (transalpin), « à travers » (transpercer), et qui marque le passage ou le changement (transition, transformation).⇒aussi travers, traverser, trépas,… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • trans- — Trans [trans] Präfix; fremdsprachliches Basiswort: a) quer durch, durch … hindurch, über eine Oberfläche hin, von einem Ort zu einem anderen: Transaktion; transkontinental; transplantieren; transsibirisch. b) jenseits, über … hinaus, hinüber: tr …   Universal-Lexikon

  • Trans- — Trans [trans] Präfix; fremdsprachliches Basiswort: a) quer durch, durch … hindurch, über eine Oberfläche hin, von einem Ort zu einem anderen: Transaktion; transkontinental; transplantieren; transsibirisch. b) jenseits, über … hinaus, hinüber: tr …   Universal-Lexikon

  • Trans — is a Latin noun or prefix, meaning across , beyond or on the opposite side .Trans may refer to: Geography * Trans, Mayenne, France * Trans, Switzerland Science and technology * Trans lunar in astronomy means outside the Moon s orbit * Trans… …   Wikipedia

  • Trans — es un prefijo que significa al otro lado o a través de . También puede referirse a: Ácido graso trans, tipo de ácido graso insaturado que se encuentra principalmente en alimentos que han sido sometidos a hidrogenación. Isómero trans es un tipo de …   Wikipedia Español

  • trans — Element de compunere însemnând dincolo , peste , care serveşte la formarea unor adjective, a unor substantive şi a unor verbe. – Din lat. trans, fr. trans . Trimis de ionel bufu, 28.06.2004. Sursa: DEX 98  TRANS Element prim de compunere savantă …   Dicționar Român

  • Trans — ist der Name folgender Gemeinden: Trans GR, eine Gemeinde im Kanton Graubünden, Schweiz Trans (Mayenne), eine Gemeinde im Département Mayenne, Frankreich Trans en Provence, eine Gemeinde im Département Var, Frankreich Trans la Forêt, eine… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • trans — [ trɑ̃s ] adj. • 1905; mot lat. « par delà » ♦ Chim. Se dit d un stéréo isomère dans lequel les atomes ou groupes d atomes portés par les atomes de carbone sont situés de part et d autre d un plan de symétrie. ⊗ CONTR. Cis. ⊗ HOM. Transe. ● trans …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • Trans-X — Жанры синти поп, Hi NRG, евродэнс Годы 1981 наст. время Страны …   Википедия

  • Trans-X — Drive is also the name of an industrial park in Novi, Michigan. Infobox musical artist Name = Trans X Img capt = Img size = Landscape = Background = Origin = Canada Genre = Electro, Italo disco, Spacesynth Years active = 1981 – present Label… …   Wikipedia

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