from The Century Dictionary.

  • To remove; put in a new place.
  • To cause to exchange places.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • transitive verb rare To remove across some space; to put in an opposite or another place.

from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.

  • verb transitive to move or put something in an opposite or different place; to transpose


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trans- +‎ place


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  • SINCE men and women have their proper virtues and vices; and even twins of different sexes have not only distinct coverings in the womb, but differing qualities and virtuous habits after; transplace not their proprieties, nor confound not their distinctions.

    Christian Morals 1605-1682 1863

  • Whereas should he, on the other hand, transplace these arguments, and dissuade him who is proud from drinking, because it would beggar him, and him who is covetous, because it would disgrace him, doubtless he would prevail but little; because his argument would not strike that proper principle which each of them were governed by.

    Sermons Preached Upon Several Occasions. Vol. III. 1634-1716 1823

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  • To entreat them to consider what an high pitch of boldness it is for man to cut a principal ordinance out of the Kingdom of God, if it be but to make a disloca - tion, which so far disgoods the ordinance, 1 fear it alto - gether unhallows it; to transplace or transtime a stated institution of Jesus Christ, without his direction, I think is to destroy it.

    Collections of the Massachusetts Historical Society 1792


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