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Merriam-Webster Online Dictionary
transfer (verb)
transitive verb
1.
a) to convey from one person, place, or situation to another - move shift
b) to cause to pass from one to another - transmit
c) - transform change
2.
to make over the possession or control of - convey
3.
intransitive verb
to print or otherwise copy from one surface to another by contact
1.
to move to a different place, region, or situation , especially to withdraw from one educational institution to enroll at another
2.
to change from one vehicle or line to another - transportation
transfer (noun)
1.
a) conveyance of right, title, or interest in real or personal property from one person to another
b) removal or acquisition of property by mere delivery with intent to transfer title
2.
a) an act, process, or instance of - transferring transference
b) the carryover or generalization of learned responses from one type of situation to another
3.
one that or is - transfers transferred , especially a graphic image transferred by contact from one surface to another
4.
a place where a transfer is made (as of trains to ferries or as where one form of power is changed to another)
5.
a ticket entitling a passenger on a public conveyance to continue the trip on another route
Merriam-Webster Online Thesaurus
transfer (verb)
1.
to give over the legal possession or ownership of
SYNONIMS:
alien, alienate, assign, cede, convey, deed, make over
RELATED WORDS:
bequeath, hand down, leave, pass (down), will; bestow, commend, commit, confer, contribute, deliver, donate, grant, hand over, move, pass, present, release, relinquish, surrender, transmit, turn in, turn over, vest, yield; consign, entrust ( intrust), trust; lease, lend, let [], loan, rent
dispose of
NEAR ANTONYMS:
expropriate
transfer (verb)
2.
to cause (something) to pass from one to another
SYNONIMS:
conduct, convey, give, impart, spread, transfer, transfuse, transmit
RELATED WORDS:
deliver, hand over, surrender, turn over; broadcast, diffuse, disseminate, propagate; hand down, hand on; contaminate, infect, poison
NEAR ANTONYMS:
catch, come down (with), contract
transfer (verb)
3.
to cause to go or be taken from one place to another
SYNONIMS:
consign, dispatch, pack (off), ship, shoot, transfer, transmit, transport
RELATED WORDS:
convey, deliver, hand over, pass, render; advance, drop, launch; address, forward; export, import; bestow, contribute, donate, give, present; resend, return
NEAR ANTONYMS:
acquire, draw, earn, gain, garner, get, obtain, procure, secure
accept, receive
transfer (verb)
4.
to change the place or position of
SYNONIMS:
budge, dislocate, displace, disturb, relocate, remove, reposition, shift, transfer, transpose
RELATED WORDS:
bear, carry, cart, convey, drive, haul, lug, tote, transmit, transplant, transport; replace, supersede, supplant; alter, make over, modify, redo, refashion, remake, remodel, revamp, revise, rework, vary
NEAR ANTONYMS:
anchor, fix, freeze, moor, secure, set, stabilize; embed ( imbed), entrench ( intrench), implant, ingrain ( engrain), lodge, root
transfer (verb)
5.
to put (something) into the possession or safekeeping of another
SYNONIMS:
commend, commit, confide, consign, delegate, deliver, entrust ( intrust), give over, hand, hand over, leave, pass, recommend, repose, transfer, transmit, trust, turn over, vest
RELATED WORDS:
confer, grant; assign, deal (out), dispense, disperse, distribute, divide; hand in, release, relinquish, submit, surrender, turn in, yield; bequeath, hand down, hand on, will; advance, lend, loan; furnish, supply; recommit, redeliver, regive, retransfer, retransmit
NEAR ANTONYMS:
detain, hold back, reserve, withhold; own, possess; accept, receive, take in; occupy, take, take over
hold, keep, retain
transfer (verb)
6.
to shift possession of (something) from one person to another
SYNONIMS:
buck, hand, hand over, reach, transfer
RELATED WORDS:
relay; bear, carry; finger, handle, paw; cede, deliver, give, give up, release, relinquish, render, surrender, turn over, yield
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