transduce

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From Latin trans (across, preposition) + dūcō (to lead, to guide) + -tiō (to indicate the action of a verb).

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transduce (third-person singular simple present transduces, present participle transducing, simple past and past participle transduced)

  1. (transitive) To convert energy from one form to another
  2. (transitive, biology) To transfer or copy genetic material from one cell or virus into another.
  3. (transitive, information) To transfer or convert information from one form or medium to another.

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Verb[edit]

trānsdūce

  1. second-person singular present active imperative of trānsdūcō