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Detailed Synonyms for transform in Englisch

transform:

to transform Verb (transforms, transformed, transforming)

  1. to transform
    to change; to interchange; to alter; to transform; to vary; to invent; to create; to make
    • change Verb (changes, changed, changing)
    • interchange Verb (interchanges, interchanged, interchanging)
    • alter Verb (alters, altered, altering)
    • transform Verb (transforms, transformed, transforming)
    • vary Verb (varies, varied, varying)
    • invent Verb (invents, invented, inventing)
    • create Verb (creates, created, creating)
    • make Verb (makes, made, making)
    to switch
    – the act of changing one thing or position for another 1
    • switch Verb (switches, switched, switching)
      • his switch on abortion cost him the election1
  2. to transform
    to transfer; to shift; to move; to dislocate; to convert; to transform; to remove; to resolve; to reduce; to trace back; to simplify
    • transfer Verb (transfers, transferred, transferring)
    • shift Verb (shifts, shifted, shifting)
    • move Verb (moves, moved, moving)
    • dislocate Verb (dislocates, dislocated, dislocating)
    • convert Verb (converts, converted, converting)
    • transform Verb (transforms, transformed, transforming)
    • remove Verb (removes, removed, removing)
    • resolve Verb (resolves, resolved, resolving)
    • reduce Verb (reduces, reduced, reducing)
    • trace back Verb (traces back, traced back, tracing back)
    • simplify Verb (simplifies, simplified, simplifying)
  3. to transform
    to transform; switch over the current
  4. to transform
    to deform; to disfigure; to transform; change form
  5. to transform
    to transform; to regenerate
    • transform Verb (transforms, transformed, transforming)
    • regenerate Verb (regenerates, regenerated, regenerating)
  6. to transform
    – change in outward structure or looks 1
    to transform; metamorphose; transmute
    – change in outward structure or looks 1
    • transform Verb (transforms, transformed, transforming)
      • He transformed into a monster1
    • metamorphose Verb
      • The salesman metamorphosed into an ugly beetle1
    • transmute Verb
  7. to transform
    – increase or decrease (an alternating current or voltage) 1
    to transform
    – increase or decrease (an alternating current or voltage) 1
    • transform Verb (transforms, transformed, transforming)
  8. to transform
    – change (a bacterial cell) into a genetically distinct cell by the introduction of DNA from another cell of the same or closely related species 1
    to transform
    – change (a bacterial cell) into a genetically distinct cell by the introduction of DNA from another cell of the same or closely related species 1
    • transform Verb (transforms, transformed, transforming)
  9. to transform
    – convert (one form of energy) to another 1
    to transform
    – convert (one form of energy) to another 1
    • transform Verb (transforms, transformed, transforming)
      • transform energy to light1
  10. to transform
    – change or alter in form, appearance, or nature 1
    to transform; transubstantiate; transmute
    – change or alter in form, appearance, or nature 1
    • transform Verb (transforms, transformed, transforming)
      • This experience transformed her completely1
      • She transformed the clay into a beautiful sculpture1
    • transubstantiate Verb
      • transubstantiate one element into another1
    • transmute Verb
  11. to transform
    – change from one form or medium into another 1
    to translate; to transform
    – change from one form or medium into another 1
    • translate Verb (translates, translated, translating)
      • Braque translated collage into oil1
    • transform Verb (transforms, transformed, transforming)
  12. to transform
    – subject to a mathematical transformation 1
    to transform
    – subject to a mathematical transformation 1
    • transform Verb (transforms, transformed, transforming)
  13. to transform
    – In mathematics and computer graphics, to alter the position, size, or nature of an object by moving it to another location (translation), making it larger or smaller (scaling), turning it (rotation), changing its description from one type of coordinate system to another, and so on. 2
    to transform
    – In mathematics and computer graphics, to alter the position, size, or nature of an object by moving it to another location (translation), making it larger or smaller (scaling), turning it (rotation), changing its description from one type of coordinate system to another, and so on. 2
    • transform Verb (transforms, transformed, transforming)

Konjugationen für transform:

present
  1. transform
  2. transform
  3. transforms
  4. transform
  5. transform
  6. transform
simple past
  1. transformed
  2. transformed
  3. transformed
  4. transformed
  5. transformed
  6. transformed
present perfect
  1. have transformed
  2. have transformed
  3. has transformed
  4. have transformed
  5. have transformed
  6. have transformed
past continuous
  1. was transforming
  2. were transforming
  3. was transforming
  4. were transforming
  5. were transforming
  6. were transforming
future
  1. shall transform
  2. will transform
  3. will transform
  4. shall transform
  5. will transform
  6. will transform
continuous present
  1. am transforming
  2. are transforming
  3. is transforming
  4. are transforming
  5. are transforming
  6. are transforming
subjunctive
  1. be transformed
  2. be transformed
  3. be transformed
  4. be transformed
  5. be transformed
  6. be transformed
diverse
  1. transform!
  2. let's transform!
  3. transformed
  4. transforming
1. I, 2. you, 3. he/she/it, 4. we, 5. you, 6. they

Verwandte Wörter für "transform":

  • transforming, transformable

Alternate Synonyms for "transform":


Verwandte Definitionen für "transform":

  1. change in outward structure or looks1
    • He transformed into a monster1
  2. increase or decrease (an alternating current or voltage)1
  3. change (a bacterial cell) into a genetically distinct cell by the introduction of DNA from another cell of the same or closely related species1
  4. convert (one form of energy) to another1
    • transform energy to light1
  5. change or alter in form, appearance, or nature1
    • This experience transformed her completely1
    • She transformed the clay into a beautiful sculpture1
  6. change from one form or medium into another1
  7. subject to a mathematical transformation1
  8. In mathematics and computer graphics, to alter the position, size, or nature of an object by moving it to another location (translation), making it larger or smaller (scaling), turning it (rotation), changing its description from one type of coordinate system to another, and so on.2

Related Synonyms for transform