transe

[ trahns ]
/ trɑns /

noun, verb (used without object), transed, trans·ing. Scot.

Definition for transing (2 of 2)

trance

2

or transe

[ trahns ]
/ trɑns /
Scot.

noun

a passageway, as a hallway, alley, or the like.

verb (used without object), tranced, tranc·ing.

to move or walk rapidly or briskly.

Origin of trance

2
1325–75; Middle English (v.); origin uncertain
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British Dictionary definitions for transing

trance

/ (trɑːns) /

noun

verb

(tr) to put into or as into a trance

Derived Forms

trancelike, adjective

Word Origin for trance

C14: from Old French transe, from transir to faint, pass away, from Latin trānsīre to go over, from trans- + īre to go
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Medicine definitions for transing

trance

[ trăns ]

n.

An altered state of consciousness as in hypnosis, catalepsy, or ecstasy.
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