transtemporal (not comparable)
- Transcending time; relating to time travel or to the influence or communication between one time and another.
- 1984, Natalie Myra Rosinsky, Feminist futures--contemporary women's speculative fiction, page 29:
- At the same time that their protagonists "step off the edge" of known experience by participating in interplanetary, interdimensional, or transtemporal travel, such writers as Dorothy Bryant, Mary Staton, and (to a lesser degree) Ursula K. Le Guin propose through their narratives' complexity that the reader abandon the safety of a "readerly" text's conventional discourse.
- 2009, Frank H. P. Fitzek, Hassan Charaf, Mobile peer to peer (P2P): a tutorial guide (page 24)
- However, the Internet has also reversed the way we communicate in terms of the transspatial and transtemporal perspective.
- 2012, Fabrice Correia & Andrea Iacona, Around the Tree, →ISBN, page 38:
- The fact is that many relations we are familiar with are transtemporal, that is, they obtain between entities located a different times.
- 2014, Ann Aguirre, Mortal Danger, →ISBN:
- “So, what, time travel?” “You accepted translocation, but transtemporal is too far?”
- (philosophy) Across time; persistent.
- 1994, John D Greenwood, Realism, Identity and Emotion: Reclaiming Social Psychology, →ISBN:
- Yet as Locke, for example, clearly recognized, the transtemporal numerical identity of particular vegetables and animals is nevertheless determined by a continuant, namely a form of 'organization' sufficient to maintain vegetable or animal life: that is, to maintain the intrinsic properties of particular vegetables or animals.
- 2009, James Hart, Who One Is: Book 2: Existenz and Transcendental Phenomenology, →ISBN:
- Recall that one's personal essence is constituted as having a transtemporal validity by position-taking acts. I constitute myself as a personal essence with acts whose validity is “from now on.”
- (anatomy) Across the temporal lobe of the brain.
- 2004, Vikram Dogra & Deborah J. Rubens, Ultrasound Secrets, →ISBN, page 395:
- The transtemporal window varies with each patient and the ability to penetrate the temporal bone varies with age, sex, and ethnicity.
- 2011, Morris E. Hartstein, Allan E. Wulc, & David E.E. Holck, Midfacial Rejuvenation, →ISBN, page 65:
- Despite concerns that the facial nerve is in proximity to the dissection, a transtemporal approach to the midface provides a safe and reliable lift with a predictable postoperative course.