transfer


transfer
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noun
1 change of place/situation
ADJECTIVE
massive

The war caused a massive transfer of population.

efficient, smooth, successful

the smooth transfer of power to the new government

net

There has been a net transfer of lower-paid people away from the inner cities.

permanent

Her boss recommended a permanent transfer overseas.

direct

Employees are paid by direct transfer to a bank account.

data, information, knowledge
land, property
wealth (esp. AmE)
population
resource
technology
file
digital, electronic, telegraphic (BrE)
balance (esp. BrE), bank, capital, cash, credit, financial, money, share (esp. BrE), stock
embryo, gene
charge, electron, energy, heat, nuclear, thermal
VERB + TRANSFER
do, effect (formal), make

I did a file transfer from one PC to another.

Only the owner can make a transfer of goods.

allow, facilitate
TRANSFER + VERB
occur, take place
TRANSFER + NOUN
rate, speed

data transfer rates of 6.4 GB per second

process
student

The law schools accept a large number of second-year transfer students.

PREPOSITION
transfer between

the transfer of property between private buyers

transfer from, transfer of

the transfer of power/sovereignty

transfer to
2 (BrE) in sports
ADJECTIVE
free
permanent
VERB + TRANSFER
give sb

His club have given him a free transfer.

TRANSFER + NOUN
list, market, system
fee, payment, price
budget, kitty
deadline, window
deal
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verb
ADVERB
carefully
directly

Skills cannot be transferred directly from a trainer to a trainee.

easily

Data is easily transferred electronically.

successfully
simply
immediately
quickly, rapidly
gradually
eventually
temporarily
formally

Sovereignty was formally transferred on December 27.

automatically
electronically
abroad (esp. BrE), overseas

Assets can be transferred overseas.

back, out
PREPOSITION
across, between

Can the disease be transferred across species?

from, into

She transferred the gravy into a gravy boat.

onto, out of, to
through, via
Transfer is used with these nouns as the object: ↑allegiance, ↑asset, ↑attention, ↑authority, ↑batter, ↑call, ↑control, ↑credit, ↑data, ↑embryo, ↑file, ↑fund, ↑information, ↑inmate, ↑knowledge, ↑lease, ↑loyalty, ↑money, ↑ownership, ↑patient, ↑responsibility, ↑sovereignty, ↑stress, ↑wealth, ↑weight

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