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transcalent

[trans-key-luh nt] /trænsˈkeɪ lənt/
adjective
1.
permitting the passage of heat.
Origin
1825-1835
1825-35; trans- + Latin calent- (stem of calēns), present participle of calēre to be hot; see -ent
Related forms
transcalency
[trans-key-luh n-see] /trænsˈkeɪ lən si/ (Show IPA),
noun
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British Dictionary definitions for transcalent

transcalent

/trænsˈkeɪlənt/
adjective
1.
(rare) permitting the passage of heat
Derived Forms
transcalency, noun
Word Origin
C19: trans- + -calent, from Latin calēre to be hot
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transcalent in Medicine

transcalent trans·ca·lent (trān-skā'lənt)
adj.
Diathermanous.

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