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Synonyms for transpose

Synonyms for transpose

to change to the opposite position, direction, or course

Synonyms for transpose

a matrix formed by interchanging the rows and columns of a given matrix

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change the order or arrangement of

transfer from one place or period to another

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cause to change places

transfer a quantity from one side of an equation to the other side reversing its sign, in order to maintain equality

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put (a piece of music) into another key

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exchange positions without a change in value

change key

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The government of Luxembourg is due to table a preliminary bill before the summer to finally transpose the two Directives into national law.
Sibelius Cloud Publishing technology revolutionizes the way music publishers deliver scores to customers, and provides a rich experience where customers can play, transpose, and interact with scores prior to purchase.
The Commission is also examining the situation in other Member States to which it has addressed letters of formal notice and/or reasoned opinions for failing to transpose the Renewable Energy Directive.
The European Commission is referring Poland and Cyprus to the Court of Justice of the European Union for failing to transpose the Renewable Energy Directive.
With an eye to the European Commission's November 2010 scoreboard, the Belgian EU Presidency has announced that it has to transpose 23 directives into national law by the 31 October deadline.
The European Commission, on 28 November, decided to send reasoned opinions (the second stage of infringement proceedings) to Cyprus, Estonia, Finland, France, Luxembourg, Malta, Portugal and the United Kingdom for failure to correctly transpose Directive 2005/35/EC on penalties against those responsible for polluting discharges at sea.
Furthermore, the German legislation does not fully transpose the requirements concerning information for rescue workers.
The European Commission is referring Romania to the Court of Justice of the European Union for failing to fully transpose the EU internal energy market rules.
Continuing its infringement procedures related to the European rail market, the European Commission announced, on 3 June, that it would be sending reasoned opinions - the final stage before referral to the Court of Justice - to Denmark, Lithuania, Luxembourg and the Netherlands for failure to transpose Directive 2007/58/EC.
Criticism has been levelled at the majority of EU member states for failing to transpose the 2005 directive on researchers' visa (2005/71/EC) into national law.
On 5 May, the executive referred this country to the EU Court of Justice for failure to transpose the directive outside the field of employment.
The European Commission sent, on 27 June, a final warning (reasoned opinion) to Belgium and Italy, informing them that they will face renewed court action and possible fines if they do not fully transpose EU environmental laws over which they were condemned by the EU Court of Justice last year.
The European Commission is referring Poland and Finland to the Court of Justice of the European Union for failing to fully transpose the EU internal energy market rules.
Poland will also be referred to the EU Court for its failure to transpose (by the deadline of 23 September 2005) Directive 2003/41/EC on the activities and supervision of institutions for occupational retirement provision.
The Commission considered that the transposing legislation failed to properly transpose Articles 4, 5 and 7.