Translation of transmutation in Spanish:


transmutación, n.

Pronunciation: /ˌtrænzmjuˈteɪʃən//tranzmjuːˈteɪʃ(ə)n//trɑːnzmjuːˈteɪʃ(ə)n//transmjuːˈteɪʃ(ə)n//trɑːnsmjuːˈteɪʃ(ə)n//ˌtræn(t)smjuˈteɪʃən/


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    transmutación feminine
    transmutation into sth transmutación en algo
    • I realise now that my near Jekyll and Hyde transmutation came about insidiously, like a winter's dawn, a consequence of years of tramping the murky corridors of environmental reporting.
    • But by now it's too late: the damage done to the original vision by its transmutation into orthodoxy is irreversible.
    • Our evaluations after such transmutation will again be merely perspectives, but their point of view will then be affirmative and affirming.
    • Of course, I can do multiple transmutations at the same time.
    • But that would require another sort of transmutation.
    • When punk rock burns brightly, it is capable of amazing feats of transmutation.
    • The transformation, transmutation really, is fascinating.
    • This transmutation into pole-dancing temptresses doesn't do anything for me.
    • In the historical process, the instinctive drive to change or wish to be part of a massive transmutation of identity inevitably leads to codification.
    • Do we call this transmutation or transubstantiation?
    • Ethnicity and location have undergone interesting transmutations in contemporary times.
    • The notion of particularity serves both politically and epistemologically to blur the transmutation of socialism back into capitalism.
    • If you are not aware, there is no change, no transmutation, no movement.
    • He seeks symbols for his tragic inner transmutations in the external world.
    • The two Latin words interrupt the miraculous transmutation of the classical poet into a speaker of contemporary Italian, creating a sudden lapse in time.
    • They have formed the basis for the English theatrical tradition, and they continue to find realization in readers' imaginations and, in richly varied transmutations, on the world's stages.
    • One of the most private of writers, she has also incorporated part of her past in her stories, over and over again in different transmutations.
    • Maisie's ‘wondering’ consciousness becomes the medium of a perverse animation, an uncanny crossover or transmutation between animate and inanimate, person and thing.
    • And although she does bring together her diverse selves into an integrated whole, such merging is always subject to further transmutations.