How Many Syllables are in Transform | Divide Transform into Syllables

How many syllables are in transform? 2 syllables

Divide transform into syllables: trans-form

How to pronounce transform:
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Synonyms and Words Related to Transform

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One syllable words that rhyme with Transform

dorm, form, norm, orme, schwarm, storm, swarm, torme, warm

Two syllable words that rhyme with Transform

conform, deform, inform, lukewarm, perform, reform, transform

Three syllable words that rhyme with Transform

disinform, misinform

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