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British pronunciation/tɹænsfˈɪks/
American pronunciation/tɹænsˈfɪks/
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to pierce with a sharp point

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to transfix definition and meaning
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to cause someone or something to become motionless, often by shock, awe, or intense concentration

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In mythology, the hero transfixed the dragon's heart with a spear.
She carefully transfixed the fabric layers with a needle for quilting.
The butcher transfixed the meat with metal skewers for roasting.
The predator's gaze transfixed the prey, freezing it in place with fear.
The unexpected news transfixed him, leaving him standing motionless in disbelief.
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