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Origin of transposition
OTHER WORDS FROM transpositiontrans·po·si·tion·al, trans·pos·i·tive [trans-poz-i-tiv] /trænsˈpɒz ɪ tɪv/, adjectivenon·trans·po·si·tion, noun
Words nearby transposition
Example sentences from the Web for transposition
The necessity for this insertion shows that Westphal's transposition is not in itself an easy one.The Modes of Ancient Greek Music|David Binning Monro
The transposition of consonants, especially when s is one of them, is not uncommon in modern Cornish English.The Fairy-Faith in Celtic Countries|W. Y. Evans Wentz
Through the clear atmosphere the tracks of the shining orbs could be traced in every phase and transposition.The Christ|John Eleazer Remsburg
The usual reading is that of Steevens, a transposition of 'peeps' and 'fairly,' and I have retained it.
On p. 110 of Grattan there is a transposition of "second" and "third" groups, which the context corrects.The Evolution of States|J. M. Robertson