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A transient is any clear momentary change in waveform amplitude values (sample values) over a short time. "An attack" in audio is a strong transient (high amplitude change in a short period of time).

Figure: Transient signal in waveform view (time-amplitude-domain) and spectral view (time-frequency -domain).