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Used with objects, transferred, trans-fer-ring. For transporting or removing a place, individual, etc. It transferred the packet from one to the other to make it move from one to the other, as thought, trait or force; transferred. Act. to take ownership or controlling over: the conveyance of a right of ownership to the country. embossing, imprinting or otherwise transferring (a sketch, draft, design, etc.) from one face to another. verbs (used without object), transferred, Trans-Fer-Ring. to move away from one place to another: transferred from the New York Bureau to London. to retire from a New York Board of Directors, colleges or the like and to move into another:
From Rutgers I went to Tulane. to be transferred from one place to another: to be transferred to another service. to switch from one coach, railway or the like to another. a means or system of transmission. an act of transmission. the fact of transmission. a point or place of transmission.
means a fare which entitles a traveller to proceed on another coach, tram or the like. means a fare which is or may be transferred from one interface to another, usually by means of face-to-face communication. means a fare which entitles a traveller to travel on another coach, tram or the like. means a fare which is or may be transferred from one interface to another, usually by means of face-to-face contact. means a fare which is a fare which is transferred or modified by a university, army entity, commercial division, etc.
Financing. The assignment of title to a share or debentures. It is also referred to as transferring work. This is also known as voice transmission. The use of mother tongue regulations when attempting to work in a second tongue, which in some cases leads to differences from the standards of the destination tongue and in others facilitates the learning of the second tongue.
Tomorrow Durochat was transferred to Versailles, where he was to be sentenced. Now the place of Turkey's savagery has been moved to the island of Crete. Characters were then transferred by printing onto the zink to be used for printing. In 1815, after the Wittenberg University was dissolved, his dad was transferred to Halle.
Some of the men would have to be transferred to other sectors. v. v. End of page 15. roman tique "bear across, carryover, transport, transfert, traduction", von trans- "across" (siehe trans-) + fertire "to carry" (siehe infer). Transmit; transmit. n. The transmission or distance of something from one place to another.