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Another word for transpose

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Verb
  1. To change to the opposite position, direction, or course

    See also:

    change

  2. 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 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 transform the outward appearance of something; to convert into a different form, state or substance.
      2. To change the figure, form, or outward appearance of; transform
      3. To transform so as to exalt or glorify
      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 transpose

Verb
      1. To make over or convey (property, title to property, etc.) to another
      2. To convey, carry, remove, or send from one person, place, or position to another
      3. To transfer oneself or be transferred; move
      1. To direct that (a charge) apply to the person receiving instead of making a telephone call.
      2. To put a motor, engine, etc. in reverse; reverse the action of a mechanism
      3. To turn inside out or upside down:
      1. (Intransitive) to swap or change places
      2. To alternate; cause to follow in succession
      3. To give and receive mutually; exchange.