trans Person (see transgender above); another way of saying someone is a transgender person.
We are burying future generations (trans: our children) under crushing debt.
“She not only won the biggest singing competition in the world, her song “Diva” became a trans anthem,” said Kallai.
Neil Patrick Harris, Lance Bass, and Kelly Osbourne have all found themselves in hot water with the trans community.
Decades of feminists—female, male, trans—have fought, and continue to fight, so that that will never be the tradeoff.
For a discussion as to whether they suggest that enclosing took place for arable or pasture, see trans.
It is worth while referring to Mr. MacRitchie's article in trans.
The description of the mound is by Major Heart, in the trans.
Full accounts of the capture of this last specimen have been given in the trans.
That is to say, my eye caught the title of an enormous quarto memoir in the trans.
trans (trāns, trānz)
Having two genes, each carrying a mutation, located on opposite chromosomes of a homologous pair. Often italic.
Across; on the other side; beyond: transilient.
Change; transfer: transketolation.
Having a pair of identical atoms on opposite sides of two atoms linked by a double bond. Used of a geometric isomer. Usually in italic: trans-butene.
TRAffic Network Simulation Language. "A Model for Traffic Simulation and a Simulation Language for the General Transportation Problem", Proc FJCC 37 (1970).