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Transgressive means involving transgression; that passes beyond some limit; sinful; going beyond generally accepted boundaries; violating usual practice, subversive.


Transgressive and transgression may refer to:

Etymology

From trans (“across, beyond”) + gradior (“walk; advance”).

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