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transmute something (from something) (to something)

 and transmute something (from something) (into something)
to change something from one thing into another. Do you believe that it is possible to transmute gold into lead? No, you cannot transmute one metal into another.
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If both traditional and technological mediums are able to attain effective instruction, then they could be transmutable.
In light of their distinct social meanings, findings of civil and criminal liability are not transmutable for purposes of moral condemnation.
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However, the subversive power of his novel to call accepted social and ethical standards into question continues to render the text as adaptable to and transmutable within diverse temporal and cultural contexts.
Dean's fidelity to 16-mm film and its bulky, outmoded apparatus, as digital technology quickly renders them obsolete, defines her art and her outlook; the materiality of the medium seems a bulwark against a fast-advancing future where imagery is insubstantial, endlessly transmutable, there but not there.
Reliable authentication, including validation and verification of content, is also extremely difficult, especially because information is by its very nature transmutable and reproducible.
The key to gameplay lies in utilizing the environment; over 50 transmutable objects ranging from trees to trash cans litter the landscape, and Edward's alchemy can transform these everyday objects into fantastic weapons.