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English - Vietnamese Dictionary
transition /træn'siʤn/
  • danh từ
    • sự chuyển tiếp, sự quá độ
      • the transition from cold to warm weather: sự chuyển tiếp từ tiết lạnh sang tiết nóng
      • to be in a period of transition: ở vào thời kỳ quá độ
    • (âm nhạc) sự chuyển giọng
    • (kiến trúc) sự đổi kiểu
    • transition tumour
      • (y học) u có thể tái phát và trở thành ác tính sau khi cắt
Concise Dictionary
transitionstræn'sɪʃn ,-z-
noun
+the act of passing from one state or place to the next
+an event that results in a transformation
+a change from one place or state or subject or stage to another
+a musical passage moving from one key to another
+a passage that connects a topic to one that follows
verb
+cause to convert or undergo a transition
+make or undergo a transition (from one state or system to another)

Thesaurus Dictionary
n.
1 change, alteration, metamorphosis, change-over, transformation, transmutation, mutation, development, evolution, conversion, modification, metastasis:
Tracing the transition from tadpole to frog is exciting for young pupils.
2 See transit, 1, above.
translate
v.
1 convert, paraphrase, change, rewrite, interpret, transcribe, render, decode, decipher, metaphrase:
Can you translate this German document?
2 transform, convert, change, mutate, turn, transmute, metamorphose, transubstantiate, alter, transmogrify:
Why are people always trying to translate the dross of reality into the gold of dreams?
3 interpret, rewrite, explain, reword, elucidate, spell out:
Can you translate this technical legal jargon into plain English?
4 transfer, convey, carry, move, transport, forward, ship, send, dispatch or despatch:
Soon after being made bishop of Worcester, he was translated to Winchester.
Advanced English Dictionary
+ noun
[U, C] ~ (from sth) (to sth)
~ (between A and B) the process or a period of changing from one state or condition to another: the transition from school to full-time work + We need to ensure a smooth transition between the old system and the new one. + He will remain head of state during the period of transition to democracy. + This course is useful for students who are in transition (= in the process of changing) from one training programme to another.
transitional adjective: a transitional period + a transitional government
Collocation Dictionary
noun

ADJ.

abrupt, immediate, rapid, sudden | direct | gradual, phased, slow | awkward, difficult, painful | easy, smooth | non-violent, orderly, peaceful

VERB + TRANSITION

bring about, cause, effect
The negotiators hoped to effect a smooth transition to an interim administration.
| complete, make
The company was slow to make the transition from paper to computer.
| undergo | mark
The ceremony marks the transition of the student to graduate status.
| ease, smooth

TRANSITION + VERB

occur, take place | be complete
Her transition from girl to woman was complete.

TRANSITION + NOUN

period, process | phase

PREP.

during (the) ~
He will remain head of state during the transition to democracy.
| in ~
The country is in transition from an agricultural to an industrial society.
| ~ between
This training course aims to smooth the transition between education and employment.
| ~ from, ~ to

PHRASES

a period of transition, a process of transition, a state of transition


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