Transit synonyms

trăn'sĭt, -zĭt
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To move across magnetic heads. Used of magnetic tape.
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The event of changing one's residence.
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Something different; variety:
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(Some sports) A change from defense to attack, or attack to defense.
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The act or process of transferring.
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A means of conveying; carrying device, esp. a vehicle
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The business of conveying passengers or goods:
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(Medicine) The spreading of something (especially something malignant) through the body via blood vessels etc.
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The state of being infiltrated.
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The act of penetrating a given situation with the mind or faculties; perception, discernment. [from 17th c.]
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Osmosis is defined as the distribution of liquid with a low concentration flowing through a membrane into an area with a higher concentration resulting in the concentrations being equal on both sides.
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An engineer's telescope
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A surveying instrument used to measure vertical and horizontal angles
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An engineer's telescope
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The distance between the rails of a railway.
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An engineer's telescope
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A monocular optical instrument possessing magnification for observing distant objects, especially in astronomy.
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The definition of a journey is a trip from one place to another.
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A series of actions and events taking place over a period of time and working to foster a principle or policy:
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The working motion of a piece of machinery; the length of a mechanical stroke.
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A commuter rail system that combines aspects of an interurban railway with those of a subway, using a menagerie of pathways such as viaduct, tunnel, beam, cut and cover, trench, at grade, and others.
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(Archaic) One's behaviour, or way of conducting oneself towards others.
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A ship, airplane, train, etc. used to transport soldiers, freight, etc.
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Passage is moving through something, being granted permission to move through something or an enclosed area that you must move through to get to somewhere else.
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An act of shifting; a slight movement or change
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(Sports) To propel (a ball or puck) as a cross, as in soccer.
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To pronounce; utter:
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To turn laterally; swivel.
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The passage of one celestial object in front of another, temporarily blocking the more distant object from view. Occultations can provide information about the existence and measurements of the obscuring object. For example, when an asteroid passes in front of a star, the star is temporarily obscured to an observer on Earth, thus revealing the presence and approximate size of the asteroid. In 1977, astronomers were able to identify the rings around the planet Uranus when the otherwise invisible rings were observed to occult a background star. Occultations have also led to the discovery of more distant objects in space, such as binary stars and extrasolar planets.
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In the equatorial coordinate system , a great circle on the celestial sphere passing through the celestial poles and the vernal equinox . It represents the zero point for the horizontal coordinate in this system, having a right ascension of 0 hours.
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a facility consisting of the means and equipment necessary for the movement of passengers or goods
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make a passage or journey from one place to another
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make a passage or journey from one place to another
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(Intransitive, euphemistic) To die.
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