transelement

transitive verb trans·el·e·ment \tran(t)ˈseləmənt, -nˈze-\
variants: less commonly

transelementate

\-mən‧ˌtāt\

Definition of transelement

-ed/-ing/-s

  1. :  to change or transpose the elements of :  transform

transelementation

noun, plural

-s

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Origin and Etymology of transelement

transelement from Medieval Latin transelementare, from Latin trans- + elementum element; transelementate from Medieval Latin transelementatus, past participle of transelementare


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