Origin of transformation
Related formstrans·for·ma·tion·al, adjectivenon·trans·for·ma·tion, nounre·trans·for·ma·tion, nounself-trans·for·ma·tion, noun
Examples from the Web for transformation
And much of the credit to her transformation is owed to a finishing school that caters to women just like her.
The Transformation Journey How did this transformation happen?
It is a transformation that is undetectable to anyone not paying close attention.
Instead, we see there is a painfully innocent happiness to Rene about her spiritual “transformation.”
That transformation of the brand seems now to have its apotheosis in the arrival of the Tour de France.
He had by Monk's advice visited Charles at Breda, and some suppose that the first interview completed the transformation.Claverhouse|Mowbray Morris
That which was once the serpentine walk is now in a state of transformation, and is already become as woody as the rest.The Works of William Cowper|William Cowper
The story does not say what he expected to gain by choosing this particular animal for transformation purposes.Human Animals|Frank Hamel
At transformation these muscles entirely disappear, becoming fattily degenerated and then absorbed.The Origin of Vertebrates|Walter Holbrook Gaskell
It is difficult to conceive of such a transformation taking place almost within a generation.The Old World and Its Ways|William Jennings Bryan
British Dictionary definitions for transformation
- a change in position or direction of the reference axes in a coordinate system without an alteration in their relative angle
- an equivalent change in an expression or equation resulting from the substitution of one set of variables by another