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transpose

Maths the matrix resulting from interchanging the rows and columns of a given matrix

transpose

[′tranz‚pōz]
(mathematics)
The matrix obtained from a given matrix by interchanging its rows and columns.
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pseudowords created by transposing two consonants are more word-like than the pseudowords created by transposing two vowels).
To date, Poland has not informed the European Commission about the adoption of national legislation comprehensively transposing the relevant EU Directives.
Transposing Broadway is a landmark survey of the impact of twentieth-century American-Jewish immigrants, their children, and their grandchildren on the development of the Broadway musical.
More than 6 months after the deadline for transposing Directive 2011/36/EU, and despite letters of formal notice sent on 29 May 2013, these countries have still not notified the Commission of national measures taken to enact EU rules, the EU Commission says.
The Economy Ministry stressed that the EC sanction refers only to the transposing of the internal energy market rules and does not refer to the setting of Bulgaria's Electricity System Operator apart from the National Electric Company NEK, which is currently in progress.
I welcome the progress made in transposing EU law by member states".
The Commission opened infringement proceedings against Sweden in 2007, accusing it of improperly transposing several provisions of Directive 2002/96/EC, including Annex III, which sets technical requirements for sites where WEEE may be stored and treated.
Two principles of transposing and modulating were appropriate, whereas filtering was unsuccessful.
He also said the pianist may benefit from singing or playing individual parts, especially when there are transposing parts or those that use transposing clefs.