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Definition of transitive. 1 : characterized by having or containing a direct object a transitive verb. 2 : being or relating to a relation with the property that if the relation holds between a first element and a second and between the second element and a third, it holds between the first and third elements equality is a transitive relation.What is transitive property in geometry?
Transitive Property: If two geometric objects are congruent to a third geometric object, then they are congruent to each other.What is an example of a transitive relationship?
Examples of transitive relations include the equality relation on any set, the "less than or equal" relation on any linearly ordered set, and the relation "x was born before y" on the set of all people.