2. composure, self-possession, coolness, dispassion; equanimity, poise, sang-froid; steadiness, self-control, level-headedness.
transact, v. carry on, conduct, practice, prosecute, perpetrate; carry out, perform, enact, exercise, execute, do, discharge, dispatch; accomplish, realize, achieve, work, negotiate; settle, complete, conclude; treat, handle, deal with, manage, regulate, administer.
transaction, n. 1. perpetration, prosecution, commission; performance, enactment, execution, discharge, dispatch, effectuation, realization, accomplishment, achievement, implementation; negotiation, settlement, arrangement, deal, bargain, agreement; conclusion, completion; treatment, handling, management, administration, regulation.
2. proceeding, action, passage, operation; process, procedure, method, way.
3. transactions the record, records, minutes, proceedings, Acta; affairs, matters, concerns, dealings, doings, Inf. goings-on.
transcend, v. 1. rise above, exceed, overpass, overstep, go beyond, overleap, outdistance; transgress, trespass.
2. excel, surpass, be superior, outrival, outrank, outstrip, outvie, outdo; overshadow, eclipse, throw into the shade; overtop, Inf. take the cake, beat hollow, outshine, prevail, predominate, take precedence.
transcendence, n. excellence, superiority, supereminence, supremacy, predominance, preeminence; ascendency, preponderancy, prevalence, paramountcy; advantage, authority, influence, prestige.
transcendent, adj. 1. exceeding, surpassing, magnificent, extraordinary, unparalleled, unrivaled, unequaled, matchless, unsurpassed, incomparable, unique; superior, supreme, consummate, superemi-nent; paramount, foremost, utmost, principal, second to none.
2. abstract, speculative, recondite, abstruse; unintelligible, indefinite, vague, obscure, indistinct, puzzling, hidden; intangible, impalpable, intuitive, innate; thin, rarefield, attenuated; mysterious, mystical, mystic, occult; transcendental, preternatural, supernatural, otherworldly, transmundane.
transcribe, v. 1. copy, reproduce, duplicate, Inf. dupe, replicate; engross, write out.
2. translate, transliterate, render, interpret.
transcriber, n. copier, copyist, engrosser, Judaism. sopher; scribe, scrivener, amanuensis, secretary, clerk, recorder, penman; translator, transliterator, interpreter.
transcript, n. 1. copy, reproduction, replication, duplicate, duplication, Inf. dupe, Inf ditto; engrossment, transcription, apograph; tape recording, tape; carbon copy, carbon; photostat, Inf stat, Trademark. Xerox.
2. translation, transliteration, interpretation, rendition, rendering, version.
transfer, v. 1. convey, move, remove, take, carry, transport, cart, haul, deliver, send, forward, transmit; mail, post, ship, freight, truck.
2. transmit, hand down, pass on or along; delegate, assign, devolve, shift responsibility, U. S. Inf. pass the buck; turn over, Law. attorn, hand over, give over; cede, grant, deed, convey, make over, sign over; lease, rent or rent out, let, sublet, sublease, Law. demise, sell; give, give away, dispose of, bestow; leave, will, Law. devise.