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transitive verb a verb that has a direct object. In the sentence, "My father owns a grocery store," "owns" is a transitive verb and "store" is the direct object.
translate to change into the words of another language.
translation the act of changing writing or speech from one language to another. [2 definitions]
translator a person who takes speech or writing from one language and puts it into a different language.
translucent letting only some light through so that what can be seen on the other side is not clear.
transmission the act of transmitting or the fact of being transmitted. [3 definitions]
transmit to send or carry from one person, place, or thing to another. [3 definitions]
transmitter the apparatus that makes and changes radio waves in order to send them out as radio or TV signals.
transom a small window above a door. A transom is often attached with a hinge so that it can be opened and shut.
transparent letting light pass through and giving a clear view of objects on the other side. [2 definitions]
transpire to give off waste from a surface in the form of vapor.
transplant to pull up and plant again in another place. [3 definitions]
transport to carry from one place to another. [4 definitions]
transportation the act of carrying or moving something. [2 definitions]
trap1 a device for catching, holding, and often killing wild animals. [5 definitions]
trapdoor a door that is fitted into a floor, ceiling, or roof. Some trapdoors open and close by sliding, and others use a hinge.
trapeze a rope swing with a bar hung high above the ground. A trapeze is often used by acrobats in a circus.
trapezoid a flat, closed figure with four straight sides. Of these sides, only two are parallel. [2 definitions]
trapper a person who traps wild animals and sells their furs.
trash anything that is thrown away because it is not wanted or is considered worthless; garbage; rubbish.
trauma a wound or injury to the body. [2 definitions]