Definition of Transitions

1. Noun. (plural of transition) ¹

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Definition of Transitions

1. transition [n] - See also: transition

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Transitions

transitional convolution
transitional denture
transitional element
transitional endoplasmic reticulum
transitional epithelium
transitional gyrus
transitional leukocyte
transitional zone
transitions (current term)
transitive animate
transitive verb
transitive verb form
transitive verbs

Literary usage of Transitions

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1. Journal of the American Chemical Society by American Chemical Society (1879)
"the absorption spectrum as well as the lack of a significant pH effect suggest that these bands are related to the Bu and Blu benzene transitions. ..."

2. On the Origin of Species by Means of Natural Selection: Or, The Preservation by Charles Darwin (1864)
"Difficulties on the theory of descent with modification—transitions—Absence or ... transitional varieties—transitions in habits of life—Diversified habits ..."

3. The Electronic Conception of Valence and the Constitution of Benzene by Harry Shipley Fry (1921)
"Naturally two, the smallest number of secondary transitions contained in a single group, may then be assumed to function in the production of the band of ..."

4. Lifelong Learning for All: Meeting of the Education Committee at Ministerial by Albert Tuijnman (1996)
"Section С describes four types of pathways and transitions, and examines evidence about their frequency. Section D examines a range of issues related to the ..."

5. Treatise on Mineralogy: Or, The Natural History of the Mineral Kingdom by Friedrich Mohs (1825)
"The simple transitions are very evident, but comparatively rare. ... After having thus followed up and demonstrated the simple transitions in every one of ..."

6. The Play Movement in the United States: A Study of Community Recreation by Clarence Elmer Rainwater (1922)
"An analysis of the "transitions" of a movement forms the basis for an explanation ... The "transitions" of the play movement, then, are the changes in the ..."

7. Argumentation and Debating by William Trufant Foster (1917)
"Marking transitions. A delivery which takes due account of the structure of a speech is a great help to an audience, especially in argumentative discourse. ..."

8. Mind in Nature: Or The Origin of Life, and the Mode of Development of Animals by Henry James Clark (1865)
"SINCE, therefore, there are no transitions from one grand division to another, it is very natural to infer that it is among the groups of each particular ..."

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