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 transferred
Contemporary Examples of transferred
Once transferred to Karaj Prison, he spent an additional 15 days in solitary confinement.A Daughter’s Plea: Free My Father from Prison in Iran
Mitra Pourshajari, Movements.Org, Advancing Human Rights
December 26, 2014
Those images from the Grozny offices were transferred immediately to colleagues outside Chechnya.Putin’s Favorite Acolyte Terrorizes Human Rights Activists
December 14, 2014
Later, he transferred to the School of Visual Arts in New York City after developing an interest in filmmaking.Renaissance Man Jared Leto Defies Categorization
The Daily Beast
December 8, 2014
Shadman transferred millions to banks outside Afghanistan in 2013 to buy property to open a business in Dubai, according to Banes.Special Forces’ $77M ‘Hustler’ Hits Back
December 8, 2014
On Sept. 30, 2012, FWS delisted the gray wolf and transferred wildlife management to the states.What It Takes to Kill a Grizzly Bear
November 23, 2014
Historical Examples of transferred
On the morrow, Durochat was transferred to Versailles, where he was to be judged.
The scene of Turkish cruelty was now transferred to the isle of Crete.The Grand Old Man
Richard B. Cook
The letters were then transferred to the zinc by pressure, so as to be printed from.
After the dissolution of the University of Wittenberg his father was transferred to Halle in 1815.
This would require that some of the men be transferred to other industries.City of Endless Night
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
Word Origin for transfer
1670s, from transfer (v.).