V2 Vocabulary Building Dictionary
Definition: characterized by or relating to a time of change or transition
Synonyms: interim, temporary
Antonyms: permanent, established
Tips: If something is transitional, it is in a state of transition (change). The adjective transitional is usually used to refer to something that is a temporary solution until a more permanent solution can be made. For example, the U.S. and the U.N. will instill a transitional government when a dictator regime has been overthrown and democracy is being created in its place.
The transitional period under U.N. authority will come to an end as soon as the new government is established. (interim, temporary)
We're working in a transitional office space while our office building undergoes renovations. (temporary)
I'm in a transitional stage of my life while I figure out what I want to do next. (temporary, interim)
The consultants served as our transitional team while we interviewed potential employees. (temporary, interim)
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