One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
Not able to be transferred to another place, occupation, or person.‘a variety of specific, untransferable skills’
inviolable, absolute, sacrosanct, unchallengeable, unassailableView synonyms
- ‘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.’
- ‘They have always raised awkward issues of compatibility, including characters ‘coming out wrong’ and files being untransferable between Macs and PCs.’
- ‘I'm hoping that you don't come back and tell me that I have to use one of my untransferable domains.’
- ‘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.’
- ‘But I heard the president told Chelsea I was untransferable, which was exactly what I wanted to hear.’
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