1 an impermanence that suggests the inevitability of ending or dying [syn: transiency, transitoriness]
Transience means passing with time. Something which has the property of transience is said to be transient, or often simply a transient or transient state.
- Transient (acoustics).
- A transient astronomical event is a phenomenon that is relatively short-lived by astronomical standards. Examples include supernovae, comets, and meteors.
- Transient state (chemical engineering).
- Transience (band), an alternative band from MA.
- Transient (civil engineering).
- Transient (computer programming).
- Transient (oscillation) (electrical).
- A transient laborer is a type of temporary laborer
- A feeling of transience, called Mono no aware, has been important in Japanese culture.
- A transient screen is an element in user interface design.
- Transience, a short story by Arthur C. Clarke.
- A transgender person.
transience in German: Transient
transience in Finnish: Transientti
adaptability, adjustability, alterability, brevity, briefness, changeability, changeableness, changefulness, compactness, compendiousness, conciseness, curtness, death rate, death toll, flexibility, fluidity, impermanence, instantaneousness, littleness, lowness, malleability, mobility, modifiability, mortality, mortalness, movability, mutability, nonuniformity, permutability, plasticity, resilience, rubberiness, short time, shortness, succinctness, summariness, suppleness, transitoriness