trance


trance
m.
1 difficult situation.
pasar por un mal trance to go through a bad patch
a todo trance at all costs
2 trance.
estar en trance to be in a trance
3 entrancement, enrapture, rapport.
4 legal seizure.
pres.subj.
1st person singular (yo) Present Subjunctive of Spanish verb: tranzar.
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trance
nombre masculino
1 (momento crítico) critical moment
2 (dificultad) fix, tight spot
3 (éxtasis) trance
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FRASEOLOGÍA
a todo trance figurado at all costs
estar en trance de ... to be on the point of ..., be in the process of ...
pasar por un trance to hit a bad patch
sacar a alguien de un mal trance to get somebody out of a fix
trance mortal / trance de muerte death throes plural
último trance last moments plural (of life)
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SM
1) (=momento difícil)

estamos pasando por un mal trance — we're going through a difficult period o patch

aún no ha logrado superar el trance — he still hasn't managed to get over what he's been through

puesto en tal trance — placed in such a predicament

estar en trance de muerte — to be at death's door

estar en trance de hacer algo — to be on the point of doing sth

último trance — last o dying moments

a todo trance — at all costs

trance mortal — last o dying moments pl

2) [de médium] trance; (Rel) trance, ecstasy

entrar en trance — to fall o go into a trance

estar en trance — to be in a trance

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masculino
1) (momento crítico)

pasar por un trance difícil — to go through a difficult time

ya han salido de ese trance — they've come through it o got over it now

en trance DE algo: estar en trance de muerte to be at death's door; estas costumbres están en trance de desaparición these customs are (in the process of) disappearing o are dying out; a todo trance — at any cost

2) (Psic, Relig) trance

estar/entrar en trance — to be in/go into a trance

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= juncture, trance, conjuncture.
Ex. For all national libraries a major factor is technological change in communication proceeding at an ever accelerating rating which has brought them to the current juncture.
Ex. Freud was not particularly comfortable with hypnotism, as he knew that not all patients could reach the deep level of trance.
Ex. This has opened up issues of what is & is not thinkable &, therefore, doable in the present conjuncture of crisis & instability.
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* en trance de = in the throes of.
* entrar en trance = go into + trance.
* estado de trance = state of trance.
* estar en trance de = be in the process of.
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masculino
1) (momento crítico)

pasar por un trance difícil — to go through a difficult time

ya han salido de ese trance — they've come through it o got over it now

en trance DE algo: estar en trance de muerte to be at death's door; estas costumbres están en trance de desaparición these customs are (in the process of) disappearing o are dying out; a todo trance — at any cost

2) (Psic, Relig) trance

estar/entrar en trance — to be in/go into a trance

* * *
= juncture, trance, conjuncture.

Ex: For all national libraries a major factor is technological change in communication proceeding at an ever accelerating rating which has brought them to the current juncture.

Ex: Freud was not particularly comfortable with hypnotism, as he knew that not all patients could reach the deep level of trance.
Ex: This has opened up issues of what is & is not thinkable &, therefore, doable in the present conjuncture of crisis & instability.
* en trance de = in the throes of.
* entrar en trance = go into + trance.
* estado de trance = state of trance.
* estar en trance de = be in the process of.

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trance
masculine
A
(momento crítico): están pasando por un trance difícil they're going through a bad time o (BrE) patch
ya han salido de ese trance they've come through it o got over it now
en un trance de tan singular gravedad at such a critical juncture
en trance DE algo:
estar en trance de muerte to be at death's door
estos lugares están en trance de desaparición these places are (in the process of) disappearing o are dying out
a todo trance at any cost, at all costs
B (Psic, Relig) trance
estar en trance to be in a trance
entrar en trance to go into a trance
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trance sustantivo masculino (Psic, Relig) trance;
estar en trance to be in a trance

trance sustantivo masculino
1 (situación, circunstancia crítica) critical moment, difficult situation
2 (éxtasis) trance
entrar en trance, to go into a trance

'trance' also found in these entries:
Spanish:
amarga
- amargo
- situación
English:
trance
- go
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trance nm
1. [situación crítica] difficult situation;
ya había pasado por trances parecidos she had already been through similar difficulties;
pasar por un mal trance to go through a bad spell o Br patch;
ahora se encuentra en el trance de tener que ayudar a un rival now he finds himself in the position of having to help out a rival;
Comp
a todo trance at all costs
2. [estado hipnótico] trance;
entrar en trance to go into a trance
3. [música] trance
4. [proceso]
en trance de: una cultura/lengua en trance de desaparición a culture/language that is in the process of dying out;
en trance de muerte on the point of death o dying
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trance
m
1 (momento difícil) tough time;
pasar por un trance amargo go through a terrible time;
último trance final moment;
a todo trance at all costs
2 de médium
:
en trance in a trance
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trance nm
1) : critical juncture, tough time
2) : trance
3)
en trance de : in the process of
en trance de extinción: on the verge of extinction

Spanish-English dictionary. 2013.

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