Transferrence

Trans`fer´rence


n.1.See Transference.
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transferrence of more crops to the manufacture of biofuel, besides the world
Most of the volume's contributors are astute observers who chronicle their subjects' 'experiences of cultural transferrence, personal reinvention and creativity' (p.
And he refers to the cases where figurative transferrence of meaning of words may lead to the idiomatic system which seems at first sight irregular and anomalous.