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trans·fer

 (trăns-fûr′, trăns′fər)
v. trans·ferred, trans·fer·ring, trans·fers
v.tr.
1. To convey or cause to pass from one place, person, or thing to another.
2. Law To make over the possession or legal title of (property, for example); convey.
3. To convey (a design, for example) from one surface to another, as by impression.
v.intr.
1. To move oneself from one location or job to another.
2. To withdraw from one educational institution or course of study and enroll in another.
3. To change from one public conveyance to another: transferred to another bus.
n. (trăns′fər)
1. also trans·fer·al (trăns-fûr′əl) The conveyance or removal of something from one place, person, or thing to another.
2. One who transfers or is transferred, as to a new school.
3. A design conveyed by contact from one surface to another.
4.
a. A ticket entitling a passenger to change from one public conveyance to another as part of one trip.
b. A place where such a change is made.
5. also transferal Law A conveyance of title or property from one person to another.

[Middle English transferren, from Old French transferer, from Latin trānsferre : trāns-, trans- + ferre, to carry; see bher- in Indo-European roots.]

trans·fer′a·bil′i·ty n.
trans·fer′a·ble, trans·fer′ra·ble adj.
trans·fer′rer n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.transferable - capable of being moved or conveyed from one place to anothertransferable - capable of being moved or conveyed from one place to another
mobile - moving or capable of moving readily (especially from place to place); "a mobile missile system"; "the tongue is...the most mobile articulator"
2.transferable - legally transferable to the ownership of anothertransferable - legally transferable to the ownership of another; "negotiable bonds"
alienable - transferable to another owner
Translations
قابِل للنَّقْل أو التَّحْويل
přenosný
overførbar
átruházható
framseljanlegur
devredilebilir

transferable

[trænsˈfɜːrəbl] ADJtransferible
not transferableno transferible

transferable

[trænsˈfɜːrəbəl] adjtransférable
"not transferable" → "non transférable", "non cessible"transfer desk [ˈtrænsfɜːrdɛsk] nguichet m des correspondances

transferable

adjübertragbar; money, stockstransferierbar; “not transferablenicht übertragbar; the ticket/prize is not transferabledie Fahrkarte/der Preis ist nicht übertragbar

transferable

[trænsˈfɜːrəbl] adjtrasferibile
not transferable → non cedibile, personale

transfer

(trӕnsˈfəː) verbpast tense, past participle transˈferred
1. to remove to another place. He transferred the letter from his briefcase to his pocket.
2. to (cause to) move to another place, job, vehicle etc. I'm transferring / They're transferring me to the Bangkok office.
3. to give to another person, especially legally. I intend to transfer the property to my son.
noun
(ˈtrӕnsfəː) .
1. the act of transferring. The manager arranged for his transfer to another football club.
2. a design, picture etc that can be transferred from one surface to another, eg from paper to material as a guide for embroidery.
transˈferable adjective
that can be transferred from one place or person to another. This ticket is not transferable (= may not be used except by the person to whom it is issued).
References in classic literature ?
I regret that I cannot gratify the reader with a report of their conversation, for the excuse I had for listening was one that is not transferable. A woman's happiness was at stake.
The girl's defense was, that the lordship of the seigniory was vested in the bishop, and the par- ticular right here involved was not transferable, but must be exercised by the lord himself or stand vacated; and that an older law, of the Church itself, strictly barred the bishop from exercising it.
The same necessity which secures the rights of person and property against the malignity or folly of the magistrate, determines the form and methods of governing, which are proper to each nation and to its habit of thought, and nowise transferable to other states of society.
When the editor wrote, offering him payment in transportation, Martin wrote back to inquire if the transportation was transferable. It was not, and so, being prevented from peddling it, he asked for the return of the poem.
Good and bad are but names very readily transferable to that or this; the only right is what is after my constitution; the only wrong what is against it.
They seemed to think that the great- ness of their masters was transferable to themselves.
"The document has been critical to the evolution of human communications, beginning with the first stone tablets of several thousand years ago, evolving through the invention of the printing press, the discovery of xerography to today's digital document, which is readily transferable," Wier says.
The cue for such attacks might be a transferable odor, the researchers speculate.
When an L/C is designated as transferable, the beneficiary may request that the paying bank transfer all or part of the credit due to one or more transferees (third parties) up to the total value of the original L/C.
Lottery allocations, however, are generally not transferable. Thus lottery allocations are inefficient since the goods are not ultimately allocated to the users who value them the most.
needs to be able to accurately assess transferable skills
But press skills divorced from conviction are transferable; so transferable that, as in one recent case, people who worked in Harris Wofford's insurgent Democratic Senate campaign one season turned up doing press for the GOP the next.