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Definition of transpose:

  1. To transfer one tissue or organ to the place of another and vice versa.
  2. To change the place or order of things, by putting each in the place of the other; to put out of place; to bring, as a term of an equation, over to the other side; to change the natural order of words; to change the key.

Google Ngram Viewer results for transpose:

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Examples of usage for transpose:

  1. As chronometers have their face marked only from 0 to 12 as in the case of an ordinary watch, it is necessary to transpose this watch or chronometer time into astronomical time. – Lectures in Navigation by Ernest Gallaudet Draper
  2. By keeping this in mind, you should be able to transpose time into degrees, minutes and seconds of arc for any fraction of time. – Lectures in Navigation by Ernest Gallaudet Draper
  3. To transpose Bagehot's profound little saying,- Each man dines in a room apart, but we all go down to dinner together. – Holbein by Beatrice Fortescue

Quotes for transpose:

  1. I compose my own stuff. I've been writing songs with words. I've been playing more on the keyboard because I can transpose it to sheet music on the computer.

Rhymes for transpose:

  1. bose, close, clothes, doze, hose, nose, pose, prose, rose, throes, beaus, boes, brose, chose, froze, joes, noes, o's, slows, those, crows, boase, mose, jos, goes, bows, grows, flows, pros, foes, shows, blows, rows, hoes, sews, glows, throws, knows, tows, ohs, cose, ose, rohs, woes, pows, crose, gose, lo's, lows, moes, ngos, owes, roes, sows, toes, vose, lowes, bowes, snows;
  2. compose, depose, disclose, dispose, enclose, expose, foreclose, impose, oppose, propose, repose, suppose, arose, stavros, dubose, forgoes, bestows, tarots, plainclothes;
  3. decompose, interpose, juxtapose, predispose, presuppose, reimpose;
  4. overexpose, superimpose;