of or relating to or characterized by transition
"adolescence is a transitional stage between childhood and adulthood"
of, or relating to a transition
temporary; pending the implementation of something new
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Origin: From transitition (from transitio 'transition', from transitus, the past participle of transire 'to transit', itself from trans- 'across' + ire 'to go, pass') + -al
of or pertaining to transition; involving or denoting transition; as, transitional changes; transitional stage
The numerical value of transitional in Chaldean Numerology is: 1
The numerical value of transitional in Pythagorean Numerology is: 8
Examples of transitional in a Sentence
Once we get through the transitional period, and we get to the targeted level of recurring revenue, then the growth rate will pick up, the same is true of our operating margin.
We've come here to present a very clear agenda internationally, we want to end the usurpation of power of Nicolas Maduro, set a transitional government and call for free and transparent elections as soon as possible.
I think people are making really rational choices, we're going to have to reduce the burden of balancing work and family life, and most of that is probably going to be on the side of altering work schedules and providing new parents in particular with extra supports during that transitional period.
Now that Dr. Riek has taken the oath of the first vice president, we will immediately proceed with the establishment of the transitional government of national unity, i ask you to join me and my brother Riek Machar in peace and reconciliation.
The focus (for banks) for the immediate future should be on negotiating transitional provisions.
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