Transition meaning

trăn-zĭshən, -sĭsh-
Transition means to change from one thing to another.

An example of transition is a musician becoming an actor.

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A period during childbirth that precedes the expulsive phase of labor, characterized by strong uterine contractions and nearly complete cervical dilation.
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A word or phrase connecting one part of a discourse to another.
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Transition is a passing from one form or stage to the next.

An example of transition is what happens between active labor and a baby being born.

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Change from one form, state, style, or place to another.
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Change from one form, state, style, or place to another.
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The definition of a transition is a word or group of words that relate something that came before to what comes after.

An example of transition is using the word however in a sentence.

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To make a transition.
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To change from defense to offense or offense to defense without a stoppage in play.
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(LGBT) The process or act of changing from one gender role to another, or of bringing one's outward appearance in line with one's internal gender identity.
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A word, phrase, sentence, or group of sentences that relates a preceding topic to a succeeding one or that smoothly connects parts of a speech or piece of writing.
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To make or undergo a transition.
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A point mutation in which a pyrimidine is replaced by another pyrimidine, or a purine is replaced by another purine.
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A period during childbirth that precedes the expulsive phase of labor, characterized by strong uterine contractions and nearly complete cervical dilation.
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To make a transition.
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A change from one condition or state to another. See digital TV transition and slide transition.
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The process of change from one form, state, style or place to another.
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(music) A brief modulation; a passage connecting two themes.
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(genetics) A point mutation in which one base is replaced by another of the same class (purine or pyrimidine); compare transversion.
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(some sports) A change from defense to attack, or attack to defense.
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(medicine) The onset of the final stage of childbirth.
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(skating) A change between forward and backward motion without stopping.
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(intransitive) To make a transition.
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(LGBT) To change from one gender role to another, or bring one's outward appearance in line with one's internal gender identity.
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A point mutation in which a pyrimidine is replaced by another pyrimidine, or a purine is replaced by another purine.
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The process of changing from defense to offense or offense to defense without a stoppage in play, as in basketball or hockey.
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(education) Professional special education assistance for children or adults in the process of leaving one educational environment or support program for another to relatively more independent living.
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