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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]
travel to journey from place to place. [5 definitions]
traveler someone or something that travels.
trawl a large net that is shaped like a cone and is dragged along the bottom of the ocean to catch fish. [2 definitions]
tray a flat, open piece of wood, metal, or plastic used to carry, hold, or display food, drink, or small items. It often has a low rim. [2 definitions]
treacherous betraying or likely to betray trust; false. [2 definitions]
treachery a breaking of faith or loyalty; betrayal.
tread to step or walk on, in, or along. [7 definitions]
treadmill a belt or circle of moving steps that, when walked by a person or animal, causes a wheel to turn. Treadmills are used to run machines or to give people exercise.