cause (two or more things) to change places with each other:
the captions describing the two state flowers were accidentally transposed.
transfer to a different place or context:
the problems of civilization are transposed into a rustic setting.
write or play (music) in a different key from the original:
the basses are transposed down an octave.
transfer (a term), with its sign changed, to the other side of an equation.
change into a new form:
he transposed a gaffe by the mayor into a public-relations advantage.
a matrix obtained from a given matrix by interchanging each row and the corresponding column.
/ -ˈspōzəl/ n.
, arose, Bose, brose, chose, close, compose, diagnose, doze, enclose, expose, foreclose, froze, hose, impose, interpose, juxtapose, Montrose, noes, nose, oppose, plainclothes, pose, propose, prose, rose, suppose, those, transpose, underexpose, uprose
•Berlioz • flambeaux • thrombose
•bandeaux • bulldoze • fricandeaux
•metamorphose • pantyhose • glucose
•tableaux • parclose • Fellows
•bedclothes • nightclothes • rouleaux
•underclothes • misdiagnose
•Ambrose • dextrose • Faeroes
•primrose • cornrows • sucrose
•Burroughs • tuberose
, gateaux, plateaux
•portmanteaux • fructose
of an m
. The n
matrix, symbol AT
, given by interchanging rows and columns. Thus the i,j
th element of AT
is equal to the j,i
th element of A