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  • 1Transcend — Information Trading GmbH Rechtsform Corporation Gründung 1988 Sitz …

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  • 2Transcend — Information, Inc. Год основания 1988 Расположение …

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  • 3Transcend — Tran*scend (tr[a^]n*s[e^]nd ), v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Transcended}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Transcending}.] [L. transcendere, transcensum; trans beyond, over + scandere to climb. See {Scan}.] 1. To rise above; to surmount; as, lights in the heavens… …

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  • 4Transcend — Tran*scend (tr[a^]n*s[e^]nd ), v. i. 1. To climb; to mount. [Obs.] [1913 Webster] 2. To be transcendent; to excel. [R.] [1913 Webster] …

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  • 5transcend — I verb be better, be superior, best, better, eclipse, exceed, excel, excellere, exsuperare, go beyond, outdistance, outdo, outrank, outrival, outshine, outstrip, outvie, outweigh, overpass, overshadow, overstep, overtop, pass, predominate,… …

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  • 6transcend — (v.) mid 14c., from L. transcendere climb over or beyond, surmount, from trans beyond (see TRANS (Cf. trans )) + scandere to climb (see SCAN (Cf. scan) (v.)). Related: Transcended; transcending …

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  • 7transcend — surpass, *exceed, excel, outdo, outstrip Analogous words: surmount, overcome (see CONQUER) …

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  • 8transcend — [v] go beyond; surpass beat, best, be superior, better, eclipse, exceed, excel, go above, leave behind, leave in the dust*, outdo, outrival, outshine, outstrip, outvie, overstep, overtop, rise above, top, transform; concept 141 Ant. fail, lose …

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  • 9transcend — ► VERB 1) be or go beyond the range or limits of. 2) be superior to; surpass. ORIGIN Latin transcendere, from scandere climb …

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  • 10transcend — [tran send′] vt. [ME transcenden < L transcendere, to climb over < trans , over + scandere, to climb: see DESCEND] 1. to go beyond the limits of; overstep; exceed [a story that transcends belief] 2. to be superior to; surpass; excel 3.… …

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  • 11Transcend — Infobox Company|company name=Transcend Information, Inc. company logo= company type=Public (TSE:2451) foundation = 1988 key people = Peter Shu location city=Taipei, Taiwan slogan = Exeeding Your Expectations homepage =… …

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  • 12transcend — UK [trænˈsend] / US verb [transitive] Word forms transcend : present tense I/you/we/they transcend he/she/it transcends present participle transcending past tense transcended past participle transcended formal to become free of negative attitudes …

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  • 13transcend — transcendingly, adv. /tran send /, v.t. 1. to rise above or go beyond; overpass; exceed: to transcend the limits of thought; kindness transcends courtesy. 2. to outdo or exceed in excellence, elevation, extent, degree, etc.; surpass; excel. 3.… …

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  • 14transcend — verb Etymology: Middle English, from Latin transcendere to climb across, transcend, from trans + scandere to climb more at scan Date: 14th century transitive verb 1. a. to rise above or go beyond the limits of b. to triumph over the negative or… …

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  • 15transcend — verb Transcend is used with these nouns as the object: ↑barrier, ↑confines, ↑division, ↑limit, ↑limitation …

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  • 16transcend — tran|scend [trænˈsend] v [T] [Date: 1300 1400; : Latin; Origin: transcendere to climb across, transcend , from scandere to climb ] formal to go beyond the usual limits of something ▪ The desire for peace transcended political differences …

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  • 17transcend — tran|scend [ træn send ] verb transitive FORMAL to become free of negative attitudes, thoughts, or feelings that limit what you can achieve: Gandhi helped people transcend political and class barriers …

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  • 18transcend — [[t]trænse̱nd[/t]] transcends, transcending, transcended VERB Something that transcends normal limits or boundaries goes beyond them, because it is more significant than them. [V n] ...issues like European union that transcend party loyalty …

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  • 19transcend — verb a) to pass beyond the limits of something. b) to surpass something in intensity or power; to excel …

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  • 20transcend — Synonyms and related words: beat, best, better, bulk, bulk large, cap, exceed, excel, go beyond, go one better, improve on, loom, loom large, outdistance, outdo, outshine, outsoar, outstrip, outvie, outweigh, overbalance, overbear, overcome,… …

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