Transubstantiate

Tran`sub*stan"ti*ate

(?), v. t. [LL. transubstantiatus, p. p. of transubstantiare to transubstantiate; L. trans across, over + substantia substance. See Substance.] 1. To change into another substance. [R.]
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The spider love which transubstantiates all,
And can convert manna to gall.
Donne.
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2. (R. C. Theol.) To change, as the sacramental elements, bread and wine, into the flesh and blood of Christ.
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