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  • 1 transferable — trans‧fer‧a‧ble [trænsˈfɜːrəbl] adjective able to be moved from one place or position to another: • Preferred stock is generally freely transferable (= easily sold ) . • easily transferable pensions * * * transferable UK US /trænsˈfɜːrəbl̩/ US … …

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  • 2 Transferable — Trans*fer a*ble (?; 277), a. [Cf. F. transf[ e]rable.] 1. Capable of being transferred or conveyed from one place or person to another. [1913 Webster] 2. Negotiable, as a note, bill of exchange, or other evidence of property, that may be conveyed …

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  • 3 transferable — trans|fer|a|ble [ træns fɜrəbl ] adjective something that is transferable can be used by another person, in another organization, on another date, etc.: Tickets are not transferable. transferable skills BUSINESS skills that can be used in… …

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  • 4 transferable — [[t]trænsfɜ͟ːrəb(ə)l[/t]] ADJ If something is transferable, it can be passed or moved from one person or organization to another and used by them. Use the transferable skills acquired from your previous working background... Your Railcard is not… …

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  • 5 transferable — UK [trænsˈfɜːrəb(ə)l] / US [trænsˈfɜrəb(ə)l] adjective 1) able to be used by another person, in another organization, on another date etc Tickets are not transferable. 2) business able to be used in different jobs or different situations… …

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  • 6 transferable — A term used in a quasi legal sense, to indicate that the character of assignability or negotiability attaches to the particular instrument, or that it may pass from hand to hand, carrying all rights of the original holder. The words not… …

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  • 7 Transferable utility — is a term used in cooperative game theory and in economics. Utility is transferable if one player can losslessly transfer part of its utility to another player. Such transfers are possible if the players have a common currency that is valued… …

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  • 8 Transferable belief model — Consider the following classical problem of information fusion. A patient has an illness that can be caused by three different factors A , B and C . Doctor 1 says that the patient s illness is very likely to be caused by A (very likely, meaning… …

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  • 9 transferable — adj. VERBS ▪ be ▪ become ADVERB ▪ easily, freely, highly, readily ▪ The shar …

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  • 10 transferable skill — /trænsˌfa:rəb(ə)l skɪl/ noun a skill that is not related to the performance of a particular job or task (NOTE: The skills that make people good at leadership, communication, critical thinking, analysis or organisation are among those thought of… …

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  • 11 non-transferable — /nɒn trænsˈfɜrəbəl/ (say non trans ferruhbuhl) adjective not transferable …

    Australian English dictionary

  • 12 Single transferable vote — Part of the Politics series Electoral methods Single winner …

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  • 13 History and use of the Single Transferable Vote — The history and usage of the Single Transferable Vote voting system has been a series of relatively modest periods of usage and disusage throughout the world, however today it is seeing increasing popularity and proposed implementation as a… …

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  • 14 Counting Single Transferable Votes — The single transferable vote (STV) is a voting system based on proportional representation and preferential voting. Under STV, an elector s vote is initially allocated to his or her most preferred candidate. After candidates have been either… …

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  • 15 Issues affecting the Single Transferable Vote — Main article: Single Transferable Vote There are a number of complications and issues surrounding the application and use of the Single Transferable Vote that form the basis of discussions between its advocates and detractors. Contents 1… …

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  • 16 Single non-transferable vote — The single non transferable vote or SNTV is an electoral system used in multi member constituency elections. Voting In any election, each voter casts one vote for one candidate in a multi candidate race for multiple offices. Posts are filled by… …

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  • 17 Undertakings for Collective Investment in Transferable Securities Directives — The Undertakings for Collective Investment in Transferable Securities Directives 2001/107/EC and 2001/108/EC (or UCITS ) are a set of European Union Directives that aim to allow collective investment schemes to operate freely throughout the EU on …

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  • 18 non-transferable — UK US adjective ► not able to be used by another person: »It is industry practice that tickets are non transferable in order to prevent a secondary market in air tickets. »The prizes are non transferable and are not redeemable for cash or other… …

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  • 19 Undertakings for Collective Investments in Transferable Securities — Undertakings for Collective Investment in Transferable Securities (or UCITS, pronounced yoo sits ) are a set of European Union directives that aim to allow collective investment schemes to operate freely throughout the EU on the basis of a single …

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  • 20 Individual transferable quota — Individual transferable quotas (ITQs) are one of many fishery rationalization instruments. They are defined under the Magnuson Stevens Fishery Conservation and Management Act as limited access permits to harvest quantities of fish. Fisheries… …

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