Definition of transfer in English:

transfer

verb

  • 1Move from one place to another.

    no object ‘I went to sleep on the couch before transferring to my bedroom later in the night’
    with object ‘he would have to transfer money to his own account’
    • ‘The money is transferred immediately from your account to the seller's.’
    • ‘Finally, if you need a blood transfusion (when donated blood is transferred into your body), you may need a blood test to check what blood group you are.’
    • ‘Her friend Mandy used to support Leeds but has transferred her loyalties to Scarborough after moving to the resort from Hull.’
    • ‘When I moved a few weeks ago I transferred the drawers to the top of the new desk, since I don't have drawers at the new place.’
    • ‘Larvae were collected, counted, and transferred to a new food vial.’
    • ‘A 54-year-old white male patient was transferred to our hospital for worsening pneumonia.’
    • ‘The money was subsequently transferred into the province's student loan fund.’
    • ‘Fresh questions have been raised about whether BSE can pass to sheep after officials confirmed they had transferred the disease to an animal considered the most resistant.’
    • ‘The seedlings are then individually transferred to tubes containing nutrient solutions adulterated with different concentrations of lead.’
    • ‘At ten I transferred myself from the couch to the bed.’
    • ‘Then transfer all the money to that fund.’
    • ‘Otherwise, the grease and dirt on the gloves transfers to the couch or clothing.’
    • ‘Two to three embryos are routinely transferred to the uterus.’
    • ‘For immunoblots, proteins were transferred electrophoretically to nitrocellulose and resulting replicas were probed with antibodies.’
    • ‘Here's the trick: several card companies allow you to make balance transfers directly into your bank account.’
    • ‘On all four occasions, patients were transferred to other hospitals in the city.’
    • ‘She was then transferred by ambulance to the Balfour Hospital.’
    • ‘I was simply transferring all the available funds to Beirut to take advantage of the interest rates there.’
    • ‘We will find all the voter registration forms transferred by the centre and pass them to the police for investigation.’
    • ‘Work has been transferred to Scotland in a move which will see a small number of jobs created and add around £400,000 to group turnover.’
    move, convey, shift, remove, take, carry, fetch, lift, bring, bear, conduct, send, pass on, transport, relay, change, relocate, resettle, transplant, uproot
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    1. 1.1 Move to another group, occupation, or service.
      no object ‘she transferred to the Physics Department’
      with object ‘employees have been transferred to the installation team’
      • ‘The New Zealand Forest Service has been totally changed with some functions being transferred to the Department of Conservation and the sale of cutting rights for a number of forests.’
      • ‘Many major departments would be transferred to St Helier Hospital.’
      • ‘There is an established practice of civil servants transferring between departments to gain experience and this was facilitated by the clerical and administrative nature of their work.’
      • ‘Where is the evidence that transferring the department to the Ministry of Justice will overcome whatever the problems were?’
      • ‘He is demanding that the 170,000 federal employees being transferred into the new department lose both their civil service protection and union representation.’
      • ‘Given the turnover of council staff he said he would be surprised if there were compulsory redundancies, although some staff may transfer departments.’
      • ‘This figure included some 30,000 new employees - including teachers - who had been transferred from central government departments.’
      • ‘For a two-year period, he worked in the old force control room before moving to Kendal traffic department, later transferring to the North and West Traffic Unit.’
      • ‘The Public and Commercial Services Union has agreed to represent the men to try to stop the department's plans to transfer their jobs to the private sector.’
      • ‘A further 140 jobs are being transferred from the Department of Agriculture in Dublin to Claremorris.’
      • ‘Those departments have been transferred from the company's existing offices in Sandbach, Cheshire.’
      • ‘Every time you transfer to a different facility, you'll need to learn massive amounts of information unique to that site in order to qualify at that particular facility.’
      • ‘After turning 17, he will be transferred to an adult Department of Corrections facility, to serve the remainder of his 30-year sentence.’
      • ‘My dad's an engineer and the company he worked for was transferring him to a different branch in Chicago.’
      • ‘Eight months after transferring from the Department of Health, he spends a lot of his time not talking about Enterprise.’
      • ‘This time, though, it turned out that the person I'd been dealing with for the last year had transferred to another branch.’
      • ‘As all of the civil servants have been transferred to other departments there was no one to make the tea, so I had to do it.’
      • ‘In the spring of 1957, he was transferred to the editorial department, where he was involved in editing ‘Chili’.’
      • ‘Reshuffling the department by transferring teachers to other position will not be of great help to our learners.’
      • ‘He said 140 personnel from his department will have transferred to Killarney by the early part of next year.’
    2. 1.2no object Enroll in a different school or college.
      ‘Ron transferred to the University of Idaho’
      • ‘She is forced to transfer to a different school.’
      • ‘It said she had been transferred to two different schools before arriving to Claymore High for fighting without reason.’
      • ‘Ad I went to two years in college in Portland and transferred schools down here and went to Loyola and Mary Mount University for a couple semesters.’
      • ‘Being transferred to a different school just because she had been in a few fights had not been a great part of her life.’
      • ‘‘She is transferring to a college in the east, so we would be parting anyway,’ he replied monotonously.’
      • ‘She transferred into Mississippi College for Women in 1968, and never looked back.’
      • ‘They transferred this to college and it works really well.’
      • ‘I got a scholarship to UC Berkeley where I transferred from community college as a junior.’
      • ‘After we got married I transferred colleges and got my degree.’
      • ‘So he transferred to Birmingham-Southern College, got a degree in political science and got married.’
      • ‘After two years of junior college, I transferred to UCLA, where I intended to study theatre arts and become a screenwriter.’
      • ‘I could be transferred to a totally different school.’
      • ‘Upon transferring to community college, Cassie joined the computer club.’
      • ‘This includes those who began at a community college and transferred to a four-year school.’
      • ‘Luckily, she transferred to a different school because Andy felt like getting a restraining order.’
      • ‘It's not like this is my first job, and yet, I feel like an awkward geeky, loser who's just transferred from a different junior high school.’
      • ‘If expanding your network of contacts doesn't work, you may want to transfer to a different college.’
    3. 1.3 (in professional sports) move or cause to move to another team.
      no object ‘he transferred to the Dodgers’
      with object ‘when a player is transferred to the minors by a major league club’
      • ‘These reasons could be anything from slating off other players to transfer rumours to their personal lives, but the fact is that they are the ones mostly in the limelight.’
      • ‘United also revealed that it had paid a total of £5.5m to footballers' agents involved in player transfers over the past 12 months.’
      • ‘The club's chairman has also said that high-earning players who are not playing or performing for the first team will be transferred.’
      • ‘Rumors were rampant that he had quit the team and might transfer to Ohio State, where he had made a recruiting visit.’
      • ‘If he no longer has a key role on the team, then the club should allow him to transfer out to a side that will allow him to continue to display his awesome talents.’
      • ‘I don't know what goes on in the world of football transfers these days.’
      • ‘But three players transferred.’
      • ‘It drives transfer markets, makes football a viable business and keeps teams fresh.’
      • ‘While State authorities still cap players' salaries and have the final say on who can be transferred abroad, corporate-sponsored teams have rebuilt Chinese soccer.’
      • ‘He moved over to St. Louis in 1899 when the owner of the two teams transferred his best players to the Cardinals.’
      • ‘An athlete who transfers and sits out a year as required by NCAA rules does so by choice.’
      • ‘I agree the current players shouldn't be punished; let them transfer without having to sit out a year.’
      • ‘An example is the football club - you have players who if you transferred them all, you would have nothing on the field.’
      • ‘The former Kentucky center, who was booted off the team because he never returned from Christmas break, is transferring to Louisville.’
      • ‘Even larger amounts change hands when a star player is transferred from one club to another.’
    4. 1.4 Redirect (a telephone call) to another line or extension.
      • ‘The line was transferred to the man's office and he picked up as Vincent greeted, ‘Hey, Lionel.’’
      • ‘Eric heard a click as Haylie transferred the line.’
      • ‘Patient calls are seamlessly transferred among the different facilities.’
      • ‘She asked if I would like to be transferred to the phone department to talk to someone about the phone charges that are wrong.’
    5. 1.5with object Copy (a drawing or design) from one surface to another.
      • ‘‘I create them by freehand before transferring the designs to a computer,’ he said.’
      • ‘In a busy artist's workshop, the job of transferring the master's design to the support may well have been delegated to assistants.’
      • ‘Additionally, an artist or publisher who transfers an artwork by a license can also retain greater control over the way it is marketed.’
      • ‘Yet once the drawings are transferred to sheets of Mylar or aluminum panels, she carefully fills their contours with enamel paint.’
      • ‘They could use a light table or put graphite on the back of the newsprint to transfer the drawings to the good paper.’
      • ‘All the paper drawings were then transferred to animation cells in the traditional way.’
      • ‘Rub the back of the paper with the side of the pencil to transfer the drawing onto the eraser.’
      • ‘This plan allows you to correctly transfer your design to your floor so you won't have your centered design off in the corner.’
      • ‘This is a technique for producing pictures by transferring an image from one surface to another.’
      • ‘At least one court case has found that transferring an artwork without obtaining the artist's permission is an infringement on that artist's copyright.’
      • ‘Using screen prints and stencils, images are transferred to stickers and stuck in clusters on newspaper boxes.’
      • ‘He then turned his paper over, before placing it on the canvas and applying powdered chalk to transfer the design to the surface beneath.’
      • ‘After carefully measuring and arranging their designs, the students began the process of transferring their sketches to the black background.’
      • ‘Students use their previously prepared drawings to transfer their images to the leather-hard clay planter.’
      • ‘The drawing is transferred by tracing over the drawing while pressing firmly with a ballpoint pen.’
      • ‘To transfer the designs, students used a barren or wooden spoon, and applied consistent pressure to the entire surface.’
      • ‘In the photogravure process, the image is photochemically transferred to an etching plate that has been coated with a light-sensitive emulsion.’
      • ‘The images were transferred lithographically or hand-painted on to glass using transparent pigments and then issued in sets of eight or twelve.’
      • ‘This method of enlargement has been used for hundreds of years when artists needed to transfer sketch designs to large walls for painting murals.’
      • ‘Use a black, fine-tip, permanent marker to transfer the design.’
    6. 1.6with object Copy (data, music, etc.) from one medium or device to another.
      ‘you can easily transfer your personal data to another PC using the export feature’
  • 2no object Change to another place, route, or means of transportation during a journey.

    ‘John advised him to transfer from Rome airport to the railroad station’
    • ‘A few minutes later, the bus arrives at the location where I need to transfer to another route.’
    • ‘Another key dislike is transferring, they like a direct journey, really they want to get from A to B as quickly and as easily as possible.’
    • ‘At one point I transferred to another bus and had to stand at a stop for about 15 minutes.’
    • ‘They escaped in a stolen car driven by a third man which was waiting on South King Street and the gang then transferred to another stolen car which was later found abandoned in Salford.’
    • ‘It means rail passengers will no longer have to transfer to buses for journeys around Stockport.’
  • 3with object Make over the possession of (property, a right, or a responsibility) to someone else.

    • ‘The certificate is not a document of title and its delivery does not transfer any property in the shares covered by it.’
    • ‘Town trusts were set up in the 1800s to protect people from corrupt boroughs but many transferred their responsibilities after parish and town councils were established in 1894.’
    • ‘Local and state legislatures eagerly read the Court's decision as an invitation to transfer other people's property to private developers.’
    • ‘The seller transfers the property to a nominee who holds it in trust for the seller, who then in effect sells his rights under the trust, thus avoiding duty completely.’
    • ‘The radical move forms part of a shake-up in licensing laws which will see the power to grant liquor licences transferred from magistrates to local authorities.’
    • ‘On top of this are costs like transfer duties on property, annual administration fees, stamp duties etc.’
    • ‘The call comes as new licensing laws transferring responsibility for issuing licences from magistrates to the council came into force this week.’
    • ‘In England, married women, children, idiots and distracted persons were prohibited from transferring property out of their estates.’
    • ‘Transfer of custody does not transfer responsibility.’
    • ‘Nor was the purpose of the original grants of immunity to delegate power, but rather to transfer certain responsibilities to an intermediary.’
    • ‘Eight congregations had yet to transfer property to the State when the deal was signed in June, 2002.’
    • ‘First, property rights were transferred from advanced cooperatives to the commune, further centralizing ownership.’
    • ‘Confiscation will also be possible even if the property has passed to legal heirs, or if it was transferred to a spouse or a separate legal entity.’
    • ‘The Government wants to transfer the onus of responsibility but without giving any remuneration for the costs associated with it.’
    • ‘Moreover, one party cannot simply extinguish its responsibility by transferring custody to another.’
    • ‘While use rights in livestock are transferred frequently, ownership rights are predominantly transferred after the death of a herd owner.’
    • ‘This liability is essentially your brother's, and is due irrespective of who he transfers the property to.’
    • ‘In effect, it would mean transferring responsibility from the county secretary.’
    • ‘Congress has passed a bill transferring jurisdiction of the case to a federal court, and the President has signed it into law.’
    • ‘Even if a property is transferred for a value less than prescribed guidance value, the stamp duty are registration are payable as per the guidance value.’
    hand over, pass on, make over, turn over, sign over, transmit, convey, consign, commit, devolve, assign, cede, surrender, relinquish, delegate, entrust, grant, give, refer
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  • 4usually as adjective transferredwith object Change (the sense of a word or phrase) by extension or metaphor.

    ‘a transferred use of the Old English noun’
    • ‘Quite different is the Chinese term ‘scorch heart’, which transfers the metaphor of heat to the domain of worry.’
    • ‘I am a lapsed Catholic and have no doubt transferred that sense of scripture from the Bible to poetry.’
    • ‘Only later was the word transferred to the thing being manipulated to give us the modern sense.’
    • ‘This is a transferred usage, from the start, which does not at all minimize the systematic weight attached to it.’
    • ‘Because the different strands of Victorian intellectual life were so interconnected, metaphors were constantly transferred from one to another.’

noun

  • 1An act of moving something or someone to another place.

    ‘a transfer of wealth to the poorer nations’
    ‘she was going to ask her boss for a transfer to the city’
    ‘a patient had died after transfer from the County Hospital to St. Peter's’
    • ‘One tool might be to authorize interbasin transfers, moving water from one basin to another.’
    • ‘The direct transfer of wealth and material from conquered peoples, as practised by the Romans, the British, and even the Russians after 1945, just hasn't happened.’
    • ‘First, speculative activity behaves like a pendulum involving a transfer of wealth from one section of the population to another.’
    • ‘It engineered a net transfer of wealth, at an increasing rate, from the poor countries to the rich, making the former poorer and the latter richer.’
    • ‘Gift economies are not so much exchanges between two agents as they are transfers, the sheer moving of stuff through webs of human relations.’
    • ‘There is a mandatory 10-day waiting period to allow for the possibility of a transfer to another hospital, to allow for a trip to the court house.’
    • ‘Though ghost stories of the Kakaako Fire Stations have thrived, it has not prompted firefighters to request a transfer to another station.’
    • ‘Are transfers of wealth to Third World governments really an aid to economic development?’
    • ‘That, however, is regarded as a radical solution, since it would erode the value of savings and amount to a huge transfer of wealth to borrowers.’
    • ‘A transfer of authority to another body lessens our own Government's sovereignty and the ability to determine domestic standards and conformance.’
    • ‘Teachers claim the transfers are designed to divert attention from the shortage of trained teachers in the system.’
    • ‘The prisoner walked out of HMP Kirkham open prison within hours of his transfer from a secure unit.’
    • ‘Booms are almost by definition a huge transfer of wealth from one section of the population to another leaving many in the lurch.’
    • ‘Not only does that entail a transfer of wealth from cities to suburbs, it also means that services are not supplied where they are most valued.’
    • ‘Yet after nearly 100 years of this, and massive transfers of wealth from earners to takers, the arguments are still the same.’
    • ‘Tara said she would arrange the transfer to another account but she did not do this.’
    • ‘The use of a systematic clinical protocol reduced hospital costs and length of stay and improved transfer of patients within the hospital.’
    • ‘Even with the lowered estimate of the wealth transfer, no one denies that more than $1 trillion will still end up in Boomer pockets over the next decade.’
    • ‘And, despite the newly deflated estimates of the wealth transfer, businesses are still vying to help Boomers spend their parents' money.’
    • ‘Property booms, like any booms, are nothing more than a transfer of wealth from one section of society to another.’
    movement, move, moving, shifting, shift, handover, relocation, repositioning, transplant, redirection, conveyance, transferral, transference, removal, change, changeover, switch, conversion
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    1. 1.1British An act of selling or moving an athlete to another team.
      ‘his transfer from Rangers cost £800,000’
    2. 1.2 A student who has enrolled in a different school or college.
      • ‘It is true that community college transfer students experience transfer shock upon entering the university environment.’
      • ‘The federal government currently does not count transfer students in the official graduation rates of colleges and universities.’
      • ‘But studies prove that college transfer students do as well in ongoing academic work and in future careers as their direct-entry to university counterparts.’
      • ‘Concerns have been raised about whether colleges should accept degree completer reverse transfer students.’
      • ‘Also, when meeting with potential transfer students a prepared articulation course guide for that college is useful.’
      • ‘The next closest junior high schools are not far away, in the next town over, but the new law doesn't require schools to accept transfer students from other districts.’
      • ‘The pressure on colleges and universities to adopt standard formulas for transferring credits has grown in recent years along with the number of transfer students.’
      • ‘What do you think of me, a pathetic little transfer student!’
      • ‘Four-year institutions should combine efforts with community colleges to meet the needs of likely reverse transfer students.’
      • ‘Those who do so are known as reverse transfer students or ‘drop-downs’.’
      • ‘Although these campuses are excited about their four-year status, both have a primary goal of serving transfer students from community colleges.’
      • ‘For example, the existence of the transfer agreement makes it simple for students before and after transfer.’
      • ‘Allison had noticed the dark-haired new transfer student that morning, but other than that hadn't paid too much attention to her.’
      • ‘And then there's that Chinese transfer student, who was a genius; a hot genius.’
      • ‘Community college transfer students tended to be much older.’
      • ‘She is in charge of transfer and international students.’
      • ‘Among today's undergraduates, student transfer occurs in all directions.’
      • ‘Are the grades of community college transfer students in upper division course work lower than those of native students?’
      • ‘However, there can be no doubt that diminished enrollment in the community colleges reduced the transfer student pipeline.’
      • ‘However, reverse transfer students have impacted this educational door.’
    3. 1.3 A conveyance of property, especially stocks, from one person to another.
      • ‘Their effect is the early transfer of jurisdiction for management of such cases from magistrates to the Crown Court.’
      • ‘Article 14 also contains provisions as to what should happen if the transferor defaults in executing a transfer of his shares.’
      • ‘Whether the same applies to transfers of company property by the controllers in order to put it out of the reach of creditors, in circumstances of actual or pending insolvency, remains doubtful.’
      • ‘‘Conveyance’ being the transfer of property from the conveyor to the purchaser.’
      • ‘It is submitted that these transfers are fraudulent conveyances.’
      • ‘What would have been a reasonable time for registration of the share transfers?’
      • ‘The question here is whether a transfer of property that extinguishes the trust by merging the beneficial and legal interest can in any sense be said to retire a trustee.’
      • ‘After a period of time, the contract will be performed or completed by the transfer or conveyance of the legal estate by the vendor to the purchaser.’
      • ‘Gifts to the university come to us as cash, stock transfers, property, pledges to be paid over time, wills, estates, trusts and life insurance policies.’
      • ‘In addition, the trust must be constituted by the transfer of property to the trustee, which the Trustee maintains has not occurred.’
      • ‘It was also intended that, after the transfer of the properties, the new owner would manage the whole portfolio.’
      • ‘But thereafter further share transfers were not registered in the register of members.’
      • ‘If your Honour looks to the instrument of conveyance, the transfer, it is an unqualified transfer of the unencumbered fee simple.’
      • ‘The simplest answer is that at key points in our history, forced transfers of property have been perceived to be the best solution to particular social problems.’
      • ‘Like capital acquisitions tax, all transfers of property under documents between spouses are exempt from stamp duty.’
      • ‘Both parties shall execute all property transfers and documents reasonably necessary to fully effect the sale closing, failing which the court may be spoken to for directions.’
      • ‘The second case concerned property or capital transfers made before the 1991 Act came into force.’
      • ‘In other words, it lays the legal foundations for the privatization of the country's oil wealth and its transfer to US-based energy conglomerates.’
      • ‘In many, if not most, cases, the charge itself will have been executed before the execution, let alone the exchange, of the conveyance or transfer of the property.’
      • ‘In a marriage breakdown, tie up property transfers by deed of separation/divorce which is confirmed by court decree.’
      conveyance, transfer document
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    4. 1.4 The action of copying data from one medium or device to another.
  • 2British A small colored picture or design on paper, which can be transferred to another surface by being pressed or heated.

    ‘T-shirts with iron-on transfers’
    • ‘To offer no extras seems a crime but I'll settle for the gorgeous transfer and original anamorphic aspect ratio.’
    • ‘Once the paper is removed, wipe away the backing residue from the transfer with a paper towel.’
    • ‘Two of the items purchased include iron-on transfers.’
    • ‘On one side of the cloth are transfers of photos and newspaper cuttings and on the reverse I wrote this poem.’
    • ‘It's easier to use, is more consistent and has a larger surface for bigger transfers.’
    • ‘They did a fine job with the transfer, as the picture is clear and crisp.’
    • ‘A local company came to the rescue with a brilliant way of putting our designs on to their computer and producing huge transfers which could be stuck straight on to the caravan.’
    • ‘Assorted paint sets are available with projects or iron-on transfers.’
    • ‘You can stencil, stamp, use an iron-on transfer or freehand a design.’
    • ‘You have a hoop, needle, iron-on transfers and skeins of embroidery floss.’
  • 3An act of changing to another place, route, or means of transportation during a journey.

    ‘it took three hours and several bus transfers to get there’
    • ‘The airline's situation deteriorated further following its costly transfer to the new Athens-Spata International Airport.’
    • ‘Hopefully he caught the right subway trains, made his transfer, and got to the station with enough time to catch his Metro North train home.’
    • ‘The station was recently rebuilt, and we found that the transfer between directions is within the paid area of the station.’
    • ‘Waldorf Transfer Co. was a small, local contractor in Hamilton, Ontario that provided baggage transfer between various stations.’
    • ‘Just north of the Metrorail transfer station we passed Amtrak's yards and Miami area station on the left.’
    • ‘When we are in town in July, this transfer will be made on a weekday, so we will have better access to the station.’
    • ‘It was possible to get to Smyrna by bus but it would take several transfers one of which would be to another county's bus system.’
    • ‘The business folks had shared $80 cab rides from the Miami Metrorail transfer to West Palm Beach.’
    • ‘Despite bursts of slow running south of Fort Lauderdale we arrived at the Miami Metrorail transfer only 7 minutes late.’
    • ‘This transfer would delay the latter train a few minutes, long enough for us to make our transfer.’
    • ‘I have never read anything about transfers being available.’
    • ‘Warwick station is a major park-and-ride, bus transfer and walk-on station.’
    • ‘Our trip was several minutes to Jackson, where we detrained for our transfer.’
    • ‘With a single fare card, it is also easy to encourage using public transport by introducing rebates for intermodal transfer.’
    • ‘At Dave's request, the station dispatcher routed us to the track adjacent to the Lake Shore to enable a simple cross-platform transfer for this lady.’
    • ‘The shortage of sheltered safe berthing forces commercial craft to moor off in stormy conditions with potentially hazardous transfers in open boats.’
    • ‘This line would afford our group a convenient transfer to the Flushing end of the 7 line.’
    • ‘There is still one transfer a day between Lambton and Toronto Yard, handling local traffic for as far west as Streetsville and Guelph Junction!’
    • ‘The transfer was missed since the train was running late.’
    • ‘Base fare on the line is $1.75, but with the unlimited transfers one can feel they got their money's worth.’
    1. 3.1North American A ticket allowing a passenger to change from one public transportation vehicle to another as part of a single journey.
      • ‘The metro system in the reference design is very cunning: there are only three lines, and everything is reachable with a single transfer.’
      • ‘This guy killed a bus driver over a bus transfer ticket.’
      • ‘Passengers can ask for a transfer ticket when they board the bus.’
      • ‘Twenty stations and unlimited transfers allow riders to move easily from one line to another, and one fare takes them nearly anywhere in the metropolitan region.’
      • ‘The new system will feature magnetic FareSaver tickets and ticket transfers which passengers will be able to insert into digital fare boxes on buses.’
      • ‘The timetables should offer frequent services with common minimum standards across the whole city, and fares should allow for free transfers.’

Origin

Late Middle English (as a verb): from French transférer or Latin transferre, from trans- ‘across’ + ferre ‘to bear’. The earliest use of the noun (late 17th century) was as a legal term in the sense ‘conveyance of property’.

Pronunciation

transfer

/ˈtræn(t)sfər/