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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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This transposes to ACTINONEMA, a technical biological term (W3).
This transposes to TELAMONIAN, an adjective derived from TELAMON, a figure of a man used as a supporting column in architecture.
This transposes to STONEHAUGH, a place in Northumberland, England.
This transposes to MIAHUATLAN, which, according to the TIG, is a place and river in Mexico.
Paris, Idaho This transposes to APHRODISIA, a W3 term defined as sexual desire especially when violent.
This transposes to HOSPITATOR, a person who receives or entertains hospitably (OED Online).
This transposes to THEODOSIAN, of or relating to one of two Roman emperors called Theodosius (W3).