verb (used with object), trans·ferred, trans·fer·ring.
verb (used without object), trans·ferred, trans·fer·ring.
Origin of transfer
Examples from the Web for transfer
Parents who want to transfer custody of a child to someone other than a relative must seek permission from a judge.
“I ran for my life,” said Tenayo, who is a home attendant for an autistic resident, but wants to transfer because of the crime.
He suggested I needed mental help, and offered to help me transfer to another college.I Was Gang Raped at a UVA Frat 30 Years Ago, and No One Did Anything|Liz Seccuro|December 16, 2014|DAILY BEAST
All the junkies try to transfer to them, for the abundance of morphine.
Jasmin helps her transfer in and out of her wheelchair, get dressed, and bathe.
Having completed the transfer, Ned counted the surplus left in the bag, and found it to be about 500 pounds.The Golden Dream|R.M. Ballantyne
Your letter telling of transfer to the Moro Province has just come.Terry|Charles Goff Thomson
During the rule of the next archbishop, Jaenbert, an attempt was made to transfer the primacy from Canterbury.The Cathedral Church of Canterbury [2nd ed.].|Hartley Withers
Husbands expected to follow their wives and join them either in New York or by transfer in mid-ocean from steamer to steamer.The Loss of the SS. Titanic|Lawrence Beesley
The sounders were clicking monotonously when the trick man turned to the relief operator who was checking Darby's transfer sheet.Empire Builders|Francis Lynde
British Dictionary definitions for transfer
verb (trænsˈfɜː) -fers, -ferring or -ferred
- a person or thing that transfers or is transferred
- (as modifier)a transfer student
- the act of transferring the title of ownership to shares or registered bonds in the books of the issuing enterprise
- (as modifier)transfer deed; transfer form