transitive verb (-valued; -valuing) Date: 1899 to reevaluate especially on a basis that repudiates accepted standards

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  • transvalue — [trans val′yo͞o, tranzval′yo͞o] vt. transvalued, transvaluing to evaluate by a new principle, esp. one rejecting conventional or accepted standards transvaluation n …   English World dictionary

  • transvalue — transvaluation, n. /trans val yooh, tranz /, v.t., transvalued, transvaluing. to reestimate the value of, esp. on a basis differing from accepted standards; reappraise; reevaluate. [1905 10; TRANS + VALUE] * * * …   Universalium

  • transvalue — verb To represent or evaluate something according to a new principle, causing it to be revalued See Also: transvaluation …   Wiktionary

  • transvalue — v. revaluate, revalue using a new standard …   English contemporary dictionary

  • transvalue — trans·value …   English syllables

  • transvalue — trans•val•ue [[t]trænsˈvæl yu, trænz [/t]] v. t. ued, u•ing to reestimate the value of, esp. on a basis differing from accepted standards; reevaluate • Etymology: 1905–10 trans val•u•a′tion, n …   From formal English to slang

  • transvalue — /trænzˈvælju/ (say tranz valyooh) verb (t) (transvalued, transvaluing) to change the value of. –transvaluation /ˌtrænzvæljuˈeɪʃən/ (say .tranzvalyooh ayshuhn), noun –transvaluer, noun …   Australian English dictionary

  • transvalue —  ̷ ̷ˈvalˌyü transitive verb Etymology: trans + value : to value on a different basis and especially one that repudiates conventional or accepted standards : reevaluate war transvalues all values Curtis Bradford psychoanalysis … has not only… …   Useful english dictionary

  • transvaluate — transitive verb ( ated; ating) Etymology: back formation from transvaluation Date: 1912 transvalue …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • transvaluation — See transvalue. * * * …   Universalium

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