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Another word for transfigure

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Verb
  1. To change into a different form, substance, or state

      1. (R.C.Ch., Eastern Orthodox Ch.) To cause (bread and wine) to undergo transubstantiation
      2. To change from one substance into another; transmute; transform
      3. (Christianity) To change the substance of (the Eucharistic bread and wine) into the body and blood of Jesus.
      1. To transfer or shift; now, specif., to change the usual, normal, relative, or respective order or position of; interchange
      2. (Music) To write or perform (a composition) in a key other than the original or given key.
      3. (Obs.) To transform; convert
      1. To undergo transmutation.
      2. To change from one form, nature, substance, or state into another; transform:
      1. To change thoroughly, as into a different shape or form.
      2. (Intransitive) To completely alter one's form.
      3. To change completely; transform, esp. in a grotesque or strange manner
      1. (--- Eccles.) To transfer (a bishop) from one see to another; also, to move (a saint's body or remains) from one place of interment to another
      2. (Physics) To subject (a body) to translation.
      3. (Cytology) To convert into a chain of amino acids forming a specific protein: said of genetic information in the form of messenger RNA
      1. (Physics) To change (one form of energy) into another
      2. (Linguis.) To change by means of a syntactic transformational rule
      3. To change the nature, function, or condition of; convert:
      1. To change; specif., to undergo or cause to undergo genetic or linguistic mutation
      1. To undergo or cause to undergo metamorphosis or metamorphism.
      2. To change or cause to change into a wholly different form or appearance; transform.
      3. To change in form or nature; transform; subject to or undergo metamorphosis or metamorphism
      1. To change (something) from one use, function, or purpose to another; adapt to a new or different purpose:
      2. (Law) To appropriate (another's property) without right to one's own use.
      3. (Logic) To transform (a proposition) by conversion.
    See also:

    change

Another word for transfigure

Verb
  1. To transform

    See also:

    change

  2. To exalt

      1. To communicate with by means of a signal.
      2. (Nonstandard) To install a traffic signal at an intersection that is currently regulated by stop signs.
      3. (Nonstandard) To signal; to indicate the existence, presence, or fact of, by a signal.
      1. To make seem worthy or noble, as by giving a high-sounding name to
      2. To confer dignity or honor on; give distinction to:
      1. To give glory to, especially through worship.
      2. To cause to be or seem more glorious or excellent than is actually the case:
      3. To exalt and honor (God), as in worship