trans-



The prefix trans- goes back to the Latin prefix trans-, from the Latin preposition trans, meaning ?across, beyond, through.? Many of the most common English words beginning with trans- are derived from Latin words or elements, as in transfer, transfuse, translate, transmit, transpire, and transport. Another large group of words has trans- in combination with English adjectives, as in transatlantic, transcontinental, transoceanic, transpacific, and transpolar, with the meaning ?across? or ?through? a particular geographic element.    1



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