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IN SET THEORY, A SET WHOSE ELEMENTS ARE ALL SUBSETS
Transitive class; Transitive closure (set); Hereditarily transitive set; Transitive (set theory); Transitive closure (sets)

Transitive set         
In set theory, a branch of mathematics, a set A is called transitive if either of the following equivalent conditions hold:
Transitive alignment         
GRAMMATICAL CASE
Transitive case
In linguistic typology, transitive alignment is a type of morphosyntactic alignment used in a small number of languages in which a single grammatical case is used to mark both arguments of a transitive verb, but not with the single argument of an intransitive verb. Such a situation, which is quite rare among the world's languages, has also been called a double-oblique clause structure.
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POLYTOPE OR TILING WITH IDENTICAL FACES
Isohedral; Face-uniform; Cell-transitivity; Isotope (geometry); Face transitive; Face transitive polyhedron; Face-transitive polyhedron; Cell-transitive; Face-transitive; Isohedron; Isohedral tiling; Isotopic (geometry); Facet-transitive; Isochoric figure; Facet transitive; Cell transitive; Isotopic figure; Monohedral figure; Isohedra; Monohedral
In geometry, a tessellation of dimension 2 (a plane tiling) or higher, or a polytope of dimension 3 (a polyhedron) or higher, is isohedral or face-transitive if all its faces are the same. More specifically, all faces must be not merely congruent but must be transitive, i.

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Transitive set

In set theory, a branch of mathematics, a set A {\displaystyle A} is called transitive if either of the following equivalent conditions hold:

  • whenever x A {\displaystyle x\in A} , and y x {\displaystyle y\in x} , then y A {\displaystyle y\in A} .
  • whenever x A {\displaystyle x\in A} , and x {\displaystyle x} is not an urelement, then x {\displaystyle x} is a subset of A {\displaystyle A} .

Similarly, a class M {\displaystyle M} is transitive if every element of M {\displaystyle M} is a subset of M {\displaystyle M} .