trans.


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trans.

abbr.
1. transaction
2. transitive
3.
a. translated
b. translation
4. transportation
5.
a. transpose
b. transposition
6. transverse

trans.

abbreviation for
1. (Commerce) transaction
2. transferred
3. (Grammar) transitive
4. (Journalism & Publishing) translated
5. translator
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Since January 2006, when the government started requiring foods to include the artery-clogging fat on their Nutrition Facts labels, many companies have ditched the partially hydrogenated oils that contain trans.
29 Jean de Meun, Roman de la rose lines 13351-66; trans.
Pegasus, a provider of commission processing to more than 40,000 properties, will receive an incremental boost in the amount of agencies it serves under the new agreement with Net Trans.
And manufacturers of some foods that contain trans seem to be overhauling their recipes to get rid of it by the January 2006 deadline, when all Nutrition Facts labels must disclose trans.
It means that a tablespoon of the spread has no more than half a gram of trans.
The proposal wouldn't affect the labeling of foods served in restaurants, which are often loaded with trans.
Besides, the oil in some foods is only slightly hydrogenated--which means there's just a little trans.
To date, more than 700 PeerLogic customers in 50 countries have reduced operational expenses by installing LiveContent TRANS.
The two companies worked together to develop migration strategies, implement cost saving solutions, and design enhancements that have been integrated into LiveContent TRANS.
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