1. To move from one place to another, as of information; SYN. transmit.
2. To transfer from one place or period to another; SYN. transpose, transplant.
3. To move around; SYN. shift.
4. To transfer somebody to a different position or location of work; SYN. reassign.
5. To change from one vehicle or transportation line to another; SYN. change.
6. To cause to change ownership
1. To render into another language; SYN. interpret.
2. To change from one form or medium into another; SYN. transform.
3. To change the position of (figures or bodies) in space without rotation, in mathematics.
4. To bring to a certain spiritual state.
5. To be translatable, or be translatable in a certain way
transpose / trænspoʊz /
1. To change key, of musical compositions.
2. To put (a piece of music) into another key.
1. To reverse, as the order of the letters h and t in hte, in correcting the spelling of the; or reversing two wires in a circuit.
2. In mathematics and spreadsheets, to rotate a matrix (a rectangular array of numbers) about a diagonal axis.
Naredba u mnogim programima pomoću koje možete da premeštate objekte ili tekst sa jednog mesta na drugo.
move / muːv /
A command or an instruction to transfer information from one location to another. Depending on the operation involved, a move can affect data in a computer’s memory or it can affect text or a graphical image in a data file. In programming, for example, a move instruction might transfer a single value from one memory location to another. In applications, on the other hand, a move command might relocate a paragraph of text or all or part of a graphic from one place in a document to another. Unlike a copy procedure, which duplicates information, a move indicates that information either is or can be deleted from its original location. Compare copy.