Traducción de transfigure en Español:

transfigure

transformar, v.

Pronunciación /ˌtranzˈfɪɡə//ˌtræn(t)sˈfɪɡ(j)ər//ˌtransˈfɪɡə//ˌtranzˈfɪɡə//ˌtrɑːnsˈfɪɡə/

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    transformar
    transfigurar
    • For the snow-making industry, the real thing, falling silently from the sky in huge crystals and transfiguring the landscape, is so unreliable it is almost a nuisance.
    • Technology or mechanistic craft adjusts to the functions of everyday life; art elevates and transfigures the everyday into a transcendent state.
    • William Blake produced a series of visionary paintings about mankind transfigured by revolution and a series of graphic illustrations to highlight the plight of black slaves tortured in Surinam.
    • It's still early in the morning; the air is cool and exhilarating, and the low sun softens the landscape and transfigures the dour colours of the hills.
    • Back out on the hill, they were ecstatic, their faces transfigured by huge, permanent smiles.
    • But what is more impressive is the way the show transfigures ordinary gestures.
    • If he had lived in our era, he would probably be a blogger, but instead his multivolume book transfigures his encounters with the arts and artists.
    • Within a very short period, humanity has no doubt transfigured the face of the earth by obliterating space and time through the revolution in communications and urbanisation of the world.
    • The space ship is cluttered with aging technology and tattered furniture - this is not the uniformly pristine and transfigured world of the typical sci-fi flick.
    • From today, this small spa town in County Clare is going to be transfigured.
    • The contemporary poets I most admire are similarly subtle in the ways in which they use language to transfigure our perception of the natural world.
    • The eye is a crystal ball, where the pain suffered is transfigured into pleasure received.
    • Yoga, he observes, uses up and transfigures such basic drives as hunger, sex and breathing; but it suspends or absorbs activities like thought, emotion and will.
    • Its ten plain lines show how accident can be transfigured by inspiration.
    • Even pain is transfigured into a sort of pleasure which can be savoured aesthetically.
    • It becomes ever more nuancé, ever more modern, and the result is that it can no longer depict a tenement block or a refuse heap without transfiguring it.
    • Meanwhile, a residential construction and remodeling boom promises to transfigure the look of the place still further.
    • As soon as he began to play, the experience of the music was transfigured.
    • A young girl, intent on her guitar-playing, with a sun-reddened face and wind-tangled, light-shot hair, is transfigured by her own music.
    • People have imaginatively transfigured their experiences of real life into visions of the unknown world.