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trans

1. (Describing) one whose gender identity does not correspond to their sex at birth. This can but does not necessarily include those who have undergone medical intervention. In this usage, the term is a shortening of "transgender." I knew I was trans as a child—I was born male but that never felt like who I truly was. Actor Laverne Cox is a prominent trans person.
2. A car or other mode of transportation. In this usage, the term is short for "transportation." What will we use for trans if our rental car breaks down?

transgender

(Describing) one whose gender identity does not correspond to their sex at birth. This can but does not necessarily include those who have undergone medical intervention. I knew I was transgender as a child—I was born male but that never felt like who I truly was. Actor Laverne Cox is a prominent transgender person.
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trans

(trænts)
n. an automobile. (From transportation.) I don’t have any trans—I can’t get myself anywhere. What are you using for trans these days?
McGraw-Hill's Dictionary of American Slang and Colloquial Expressions Copyright © 2006 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. All rights reserved.
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