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Transience means passing with time or is the state of being brief and short-lived.
Transience or transient may also refer to:
- Transient (album), 2004 album by Gaelle
- Transience (Steven Wilson album), 2015 album by British musician Steven Wilson
Science and engineering
- Transient (acoustics), a high-amplitude, short-duration sound at the beginning of a waveform
- Transient (astronomy), an astronomical object or phenomenon of short duration
- Transient (civil engineering), any pressure wave that is short lived
- Transient (computer programming), a property of any element in the system that is temporary
- Transient (oscillation), a short-lived burst of energy caused by a sudden change of state
- "Transience" (short story), by Arthur C. Clarke
- TRANSIENT, a US secret program to intercept Soviet satellite transmissions
- Transients, a term for some homeless people
- "Transients", title short story in the 1993 collection Transients and Other Disquieting Stories by Darrell Schweitzer
- Impermanence, an essential doctrine of Buddhism
- Mono no aware, a feeling of transience in Japanese culture
- Temporality, the linear progression of past, present, and future
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