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transition 中文解釋 wordnet sense Collocation Usage
Verb
/tranˈziSHən/,/-ˈsiSHən/,
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transitions, plural;
  1. Undergo or cause to undergo a process or period of transition
    • - the network ought to be built by the federal government and then transitioned into private industry
    • - we have transitioned from a high-intensity combat operation to a support role in the community
Noun
  1. The process or a period of changing from one state or condition to another
    • - students in transition from one program to another
    • - a transition to multiparty democracy
  2. A passage in a piece of writing that smoothly connects two topics or sections to each other

  3. A momentary modulation from one key to another

  4. A change of an atom, nucleus, electron, etc., from one quantum state to another, with emission or absorption of radiation


  1. passage: the act of passing from one state or place to the next
  2. cause to convert or undergo a transition; "the company had to transition the old practices to modern technology"
  3. conversion: an event that results in a transformation
  4. a musical passage moving from one key to another
  5. a passage that connects a topic to one that follows
  6. The fourth season of the television series Lassie began airing on CBS in the United States on September 8, 1957 and contained 40 episodes.
  7. Transition, not to be confused with a disbanded Pittsburgh punk group of the same name, is an English rock indie band hailing from Bristol. ...
  8. Transitions in fiction are words, phrases, sentences, paragraphs, or punctuation that may be used to signal various changes in a story, including changes in time, location, point-of-view character, mood, tone, emotion, and pace. ...
  9. Transition is a 2006 studio album by Fly to the Sky. This is the first studio album under PFull Entertainment, Fly to the Sky's second record label.
  10. In genetics, a transition is a point mutation that changes a purine nucleotide to another purine (A ↔ G) or a pyrimidine nucleotide to another pyrimidine (C ↔ T). Approximately two out of three single nucleotide polymorphisms (SNPs) are transitions.
  11. A transition in grappling is a move from one grappling hold or grappling position to another. The process is called transitioning and is one of the most important aspects of ground grappling, as it allows the combatant performing the transition to advance in positioning, for instance by using a ...
  12. the process of change from one form, state, style or place to another; a word or phrase connecting one part of a discourse to another; a brief modulation; a passage connecting two themes; a point mutation in which one base is replaced by another of the same class (purine or pyrimidine); ...
  13. (Transitions) When a roof plane ties into another roof plane that has a different pitch or slope.
  14. (transitions) words or phrases that help make smooth connections between parts of a text
  15. (Transitions) between shots: There are many transitions available. These include
  16. (transitions) The visual effects that occur after the user makes a gesture on the touchscreen to move from one scene to another.
  17. (Transitions) The leader in plastic photochromic lenses to the industry. Transitions continue to develop the technology for changing lenses.
  18. (TRANSITIONS) Besides cutting directly frorn the last frame of one shot to the first frame of another shot, the following transitions can be used to connect shots. They are created either in the camera or during editing.
  19. (TRANSITIONS) The process of movement, either mental or physical, from one activity/location to another. Transitions are usually invoked by others but may be self-directed.
  20. (Transitions) A technology built into the lens that changes from clear to dark when exposed to the suns rays.  Does not change inside the car.
  21. (Transitions) In writing or speaking, a sentence, phrase, or paragraph that leads from one concept or idea to the next.
  22. (Transitions) To move from one part of writing to another, a good writer uses transitional words, phrases, sentences, and paragraphs to assure smoothness and continuity.
  23. (Transitions) children and young people naturally pass through a number of stages as they grow and develop. ...
  24. (Transitions) for changes in movement patterns or directional approaches
  25. (Transitions) techniques from segueing from one visual and/or sound to another, including Dissolve, Fade, Graphic Match, and Time Lapse. Used to psychologically move the audience from one point of the story to the next.