In a psychiatrist’s waiting room two patients are having a conversation.
One says to the other, "Why are you here?"
The second answers, "I’m Napoleon, so the doctor told me to come here."
The first is curious and asks, "How do you know that you’re Napoleon?"
The second responds, "God told me I was."
At this point, a patient on the other side of the room shouts, "NO I DIDN’T!"
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v. - make a thorough or dramatic change in the form, appearance, character, etc., of.
- change the voltage etc. Of (an alternating current). transformation n. [latin] TRANSFUSE
v. (-sing) 1 a transfer (blood) from one person or animal to another. B inject (liquid) into a blood-vessel to replace lost fluid.
- permeate. transfusion n. [latin: related to *found3] TRANSIENT
adj. Of short duration; passing. transience n. [latin: related to *trance]
v. (-ting) 1 (also absol.) (often foll. By into) express the sense of (a word, text, etc.) In another language or in another, esp. Simpler, form.
- be translatable, bear translation (does not translate well). - interpret (translated his silence as dissent). - move or change, esp. From one person, place, or condition, to another. translatable adj. Translation n. Translator n. [latin: related to *transfer] TRANSMUTE
v. (-ting) 1 change the form, nature, or substance of.
- hist. Change (base metals) into gold. transmutation n. [latin muto change] TRANSPIRE
v. (-ring) 1 (usu. Prec. By it as subject) (of a secret or fact) come to be known; turn out; prove to be the case (it transpired he knew nothing about it).
- occur; happen. - emit (vapour or moisture), or be emitted, through the skin, lungs, or leaves; perspire. transpiration n. (in sense 3). [latin spiro breathe] TRANSPORT
cafe n. Roadside cafe for (esp. Commercial) drivers.
- —v. - take or carry (a person, goods, etc.) To another place. - hist. Deport (a criminal) to a penal colony. - (as transported adj.) (usu. Foll. By with) affected with strong emotion. —n. - a system of conveying people, goods, etc., from place to place. B means of this (our transport has arrived). - ship, aircraft, etc. Used to carry soldiers, stores, etc. - (esp. In pl.) Vehement emotion (transports of joy). transportable adj. [latin porto carry] TRANSPOSE
v. (-sing) 1 a cause (two or more things) to change places. B change the position of (a thing) in a series.
- change the order or position of (words or a word) in a sentence. - put (music) into a different key. transposition n. [french: related to *pose] TRANSSHIP
v. (-pp-) transfer from one ship or form of transport to another. transshipment n.
n. (pl. -s or -zia) 1 quadrilateral with only one pair of sides parallel.
- us = *trapezoid 1. [greek trapezion]
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