transfer
I. verb (transferred; transferring) Etymology: Middle English transferren, from Anglo-French transferrer, from Latin transferre, from trans- + ferre to carry — more at bear Date: 14th century 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. to print or otherwise copy from one surface to another by contact intransitive verb 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 transportation line to another • transferability nountransferable also transferrable adjectivetransferal nountransferrer noun II. noun Date: 1674 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 2 b. the carryover or generalization of learned responses from one type of situation to another 3. one that transfers or is 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

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