1 verb transferred, transferring
1 PERSON (I, T) to move or arrange for someone to move from one place or job to another, especially within the same organization: transfer sb to: They're transferring me to the Edinburgh office.
2 THING/ACTIVITY (T) formal to move something from one place or position to another: transfer sth (from sth) to: Transfer the cookies to a wire rack to cool. | We're transferring production to Detroit.
3 MONEY (T) to move money from the control of one account or institution to another: I'd like to transfer -500 into my current account. | Will I be able to transfer my pension rights?
4 transfer your affection/loyalty etc to change from loving or supporting one person to loving or supporting a different one
(+ to): I immediately transferred my support to the other candidate.
5 PROPERTY (T) law to officially give property or money to someone else: The assets were transferred into his wife's name.
6 transfer power/responsibility/control (to) to officially give power etc to another person or organization: transferring control of public land to the states
7 PLANE (I, T) to change from one plane to another during a journey, or arrange for someone to do this: You'll have to transfer at Los Angeles.
8 RECORDING (T) to copy recorded information, music etc from one system to another, for example from tape 1 (1) to CD: I decided to transfer the files onto floppy disk.
— transferable adjective 2 noun 1
a) (C, U) the process by which someone or something moves or is moved from one place, job etc to another: Penny's applied for a transfer to another part of the company. | data transfer
b) (C) someone or something that has been moved in this way
2 transfer of power a process by which the control of a country is taken from one person or group and given to another: the peaceful transfer of power in South Africa
3 (C) especially BrE a drawing, pattern etc that can be stuck or printed onto a surface; decal especially AmE
4 (C) especially AmE a ticket that allows a passenger to change from one bus, train etc to another without paying more money

Longman dictionary of contemporary English. 2004.

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