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transpose something (from something) (to something)

 and transpose something (from something) (into something)
to change something, usually in music, from one musical key to another. Can you transpose this from F-sharp to a higher key? It would be easy to transpose it into a higher key.
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To produce con A from the proposed precursor requires several cleavages and then ligation of transposed pieces.
What is the highest (largest) cardinal which can be transposed to two words?
Rave, set to original music by Armitage's longtime collaborator, David Shea, was inspired by the decadent New York City club scene of the '70s, but transposed to today's ecstatic rave party scene.
Only in April 2006 did the EU Commission formally notify 17 member states that they had not yet properly applied, or transposed into domestic legislation, relevant (B2B) portions of the Gas and Electricity Directives due to be implemented in 2004.
Commission's energy spokeswoman Marlene Holzner said that Italy, for example: "Simply has not transposed this at all, has not taken any action.
Her parents (Joe Mantegna and Mary Steenburgen, who common sense dictates should be better used) have recently transposed her to the town of Arcadia.
This designation has been very freely visualized and transposed by Groting, who made The Id a sister of Anthropomorphic.
Users may preview a recording or excerpt of the piece, and some pieces may be printed in transposed keys.
Those Member States that have not yet transposed it should do so without delay.
There, plots from the original series are transposed within the walls of power - Peter breaks a priceless Ming vase and declines to confess to his parents (he sweats through a sleepless night beneath a portrait of Richard Nixon); the boys sabotage Marcia's slumber party with diplomats' daughters; tubes containing Mike's work and Peter's science report get mixed up - with near-apocalyptic results.
At the same time, the physical space of the concert is transposed into the art space--though still absent.
The EC warned that Bulgaria had only partially transposed the Electricity and Gas Directives and proposed daily penalty of EUR 8488 for each partially transposed Directive.
The image recurs in each painting, often more than once, repeated in various ways--reversed, cropped, transposed into different color keys, and so on.