Trans

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Trans is a Latin noun or prefix, meaning "across", "beyond" or "on the opposite side".

Trans may refer to:

Gender[edit]

  • Transgender, when a person's gender identity doesn't match their assigned sex
  • Trans*, an abbreviation for transgender

Geography[edit]

Media[edit]

  • Trans (film), a 1999 American independent film by Julian Goldberger
  • Trans (Festival), an annual arts festival in Belfast, Northern Ireland
  • Trans 7, an Indonesian commercial television station
  • Trans TV, an Indonesian commercial television station

Music[edit]

Science and technology[edit]

  • Cis-trans isomerism, in chemistry, a form of stereoisomerism
    • Trans fat, fats containing trans-isomer fatty acids.
  • Trans Lunar Injection, propulsive maneuver of a spacecraft towards the Moon
  • Trans-acting in molecular biology is an external factor which acts on a molecule
  • TRANS.COM, a 8080/Z80 to 8088/8086 source code translator for 86-DOS written by Tim Paterson

Society[edit]

Sports[edit]

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