Traducción de transmogrify en Español:


transformar, v.

Pronunciación /trɑːnzˈmɒɡrɪfʌɪ//trɑːnsˈmɒɡrɪfʌɪ//trænsˈmɑɡrəˌfaɪ//transˈmɒɡrɪfʌɪ//trænzˈmɑɡrəˌfaɪ//tranzˈmɒɡrɪfʌɪ/

verbo transitivotransmogrifying, transmogrifies, transmogrified


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    to transmogrify sth into sth transformar / metamorfosear algo en algo
    • They have now been transmogrified into ‘tokens of esteem’ that can net their recipients anything up to 1 million.
    • The skyline is being transmogrified by luxury condo towers all over the place.
    • The next recession could transmogrify many dot-com millionaires into poor folks.
    • I kind of hope the world ends or is transmogrified somehow (preferably the latter) during my lifetime.
    • Thanks largely to his agitprop and fraternisation with the enemy, his brothers-in-arms were transmogrified into war criminals and baby-killers.
    • Information from weather satellites, and from street cameras in Cork, will be fed into a computer where, thanks to the magic of programming, it will be transmogrified into a knitting pattern.
    • Only in death can their message be transmogrified and their myth perfectly preserved forever.
    • Otherwise, how can slim evidence of past crimes be transmogrified into compelling evidence of future ones?
    • They just want to drink and smoke and pretend the world isn't transmogrifying every second.
    • I've been transmogrified into a something I can't claim as my own being.
    • They are not a part of a narrative, neither are they transmogrified creatures of fantasy and myth.
    • In 1988 the paper transmogrified itself from a dull, traditional broadsheet into a design lead hip'n'happening paper.
    • Yet how this common set of tropes unfolds is hardly familiar, totally transmogrifying a well-worn stone of a concept into a profoundly deep theatrical gem.
    • Suddenly the members of my support team were transmogrified into aliens.
    • It, however, proves the pertinent fact that, if you have the financial power, you can transmogrify a nation of persecuted people into villains and a bunch of terrorists into heroes.
    • The Spanish cucaracha made no sense to English speakers, so they transmogrified it into ‘cockroach’.
    • Like infesting alien pods, American culture threatens to transmogrify the planet, as the speaker put it, into one big New Jersey.
    • It is transmogrified by Greek and Bulgarian investors into a Balkan business hub.
    • An existential experience of tragedy and loss is converted into technical problems that transmogrify its existential roots.
    • As I have recently been transmogrified into a godfather, these things have become curiously more interesting.