- v. Simple past tense and past participle of transform.
- adj. given a completely different form or appearance
“Traditional liberals were not happy to see their label transformed.”
“Because the sermons given by the priests then seemed to be completely useless and rubbish, the term transformed to one of its modern usages.”
“This blog started off as "Going Green" and evolved as became more involved with the Green Party and such the title transformed to "Gone Green".”
“This post and its title transformed a few times as typepad goes through changes.”
“I shall conclude by another Query: What is the Greek word transformed by Asiatic scribes into _Karábádén_?”
“(which is much lower than the term transformed unstable market price).”
“It is certainly true that "postmodern" was transformed from a term descriptive of an identifiable set of writers and specific literary practices to one that increasingly took on heavy historical and philosophical baggage.”
“Marisol Valles Garcia was sworn in Wednesday to bring law and order to a township of about 8,500 that has been transformed from a string of quiet farming communities into a lawless no man's land.”
“Her school district, which has quickly transformed from a rural community to a bustling suburb, has one brand-new state-of-the-art high school and another one built in 1912.”
“The Potomac River was transformed from a wading pool into a raging torrent of water, in just two days.”
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