transcurrent

[trans-kur-uh nt, -kuhr-]

Origin of transcurrent

1600–10; < Latin trānscurrent- (stem of trānscurrēns), present participle of trānscurrere to run across. See trans-, current
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transcurrent

adjective
  1. running across; transverse
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