verb (used with object)
verb (used without object)
Origin of transform
Examples from the Web for transforming
For the Brogpas, transforming into a tourist attraction may offer their community a way to generate much-needed income.
In this understanding, art is like a medicine or a toxin, transforming its audience for good or ill.
First, it turns out that when it comes to transforming light into electricity, will can be more important than natural resources.
Local policy issues in Muslim countries are transforming into US and European national security threats.To Beat ISIS, the Arab World Must Promote Political and Religious Reforms|Rula Jebreal|September 15, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Day by day, the National Football League is transforming into less of a sport and more of a full-time damage control operation.How Could the NFL Not Know About the Brutal Second Ray Rice Tape?|Robert Silverman|September 8, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Some, indeed, and many of the best, expressed the native genius and crude force that were transforming the wilderness.Lincoln's Love Story|Eleanor Atkinson
"You certainly have an amazing facility in transforming yourself," said the superintendent.The Mystery of the Lost Dauphin|Emilia Pardo Bazn
Here again it was, above all, to habit that he ascribed the transforming, the ennobling influence.The History of Creation, Vol. I (of 2)|Ernst Haeckel
Her eyes, slightly oblique, were slothful at times and at other times full of fire, transforming her into a menacing dictator.The Moon Colony|William Dixon Bell
Though he succeeded in transforming their methods, Rubens is nevertheless the spiritual descendant of the Italianizants.Belgium|Emile Cammaerts
British Dictionary definitions for transforming
Word Origin for transform
Word Origin and History for transforming
mid-14c., from Old French transformer, from Latin transformare "change the shape or form of," from trans- "across" (see trans-) + formare "to form" (see form (v.)). Related: Transformed; transforming.