Meaning of transposal in English:

transposal

Pronunciation /transˈpəʊz(ə)l/

noun

See transpose

‘In this request, the Commission questioned the transposal of the Directive into Spanish law and its implementation.’
  • ‘Passengers on trains that need to go via Flinders Street first are most at risk of transposals.’
  • ‘The Czech Republic and Ireland have not yet communicated the measures for the transposal of this Directive into their national law.’
  • ‘Troubleshooting cables for shorts, opens, transposals and reversals, and understanding pin configurations are included.’
  • ‘Assimilating methods according to the requirements of the European directives and of the national legislation for transposal and acquisition of the necessary equipment’