In transition



adjective phrase

Unemployed; at liberty: in transition: A many-headed euphemism read: unemployed (1990s+)

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    [in-tran-si-tiv] /ɪnˈtræn sɪ tɪv/ Grammar adjective 1. noting or having the quality of an . noun 2. . /ɪnˈtrænsɪtɪv/ adjective 1. 2. denoting an adjective or noun that does not require any particular noun phrase as a referent 3. (logic, maths) (of a relation) having the property that if it holds between one argument and […]

  • Intransitive-verb

    noun 1. a verb that indicates a complete action without being accompanied by a direct object, as sit or lie, and, in English, that does not form a passive. A verb that does not need a direct object to complete its meaning. Run, sleep, travel, wonder, and die are all intransitive verbs. (Compare transitive verb.) […]



  • In-transitu

    [in trahn-si-too; English in tran-si-too, -tyoo] /ɪn ˈtrɑn sɪˌtu; English ɪn ˈtræn sɪˌtu, -ˌtyu/ adverb, Latin. 1. in transit; on the way.

  • Intrant

    [in-truh nt] /ˈɪn trənt/ noun, Archaic. 1. a person who enters (a college, association, etc.); entrant.



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