Definition of untransferable in English:

untransferable

adjective

  • Not able to be transferred to another place, occupation, or person:

    ‘a variety of specific, untransferable skills’
    • ‘Their untransferable density speaks of our concerns, of memory, of that which grows as the incessant rhythm of experience fades.’
    • ‘His truth is unique, but its human and historical expressions are untransferable and numerous.’
    • ‘I'm hoping that you don't come back and tell me that I have to use one of my untransferable domains.’
    • ‘You are our trained guides through this vast communal field of psyches - of ‘untransferable selves’ seeking to meet and overlap and interconnect in a worldwide dance of minds.’
    • ‘But I heard the president told Chelsea I was untransferable, which was exactly what I wanted to hear.’
    • ‘They have always raised awkward issues of compatibility, including characters ‘coming out wrong’ and files being untransferable between Macs and PCs.’
    inviolable, absolute, sacrosanct, unchallengeable, unassailable
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Pronunciation:

untransferable

/ˌʌntransˈfəːrəb(ə)l/