英 [træns'fɜː; trɑːns-; -nz-]
- n. 转让；转移；传递；过户
- vi. 转让；转学；换车
- vt. 使转移；调任
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- transfer:  Transfer comes via Old French transferer from Latin trānsferre ‘carry across’. This was a compound verb formed from the prefix trāns- ‘across’ (a distant relative of English through) and ferre ‘carry’ (a relative of English bear, birth, fertile, etc). Its past participle trānslātus gave English translate.
- transfer (v.)
- late 14c., from Old French transferer or directly from Latin transferre "bear across, carry over, bring through; transfer, copy, translate," from trans- "across" (see trans-) + ferre "to carry" (see infer). Related: Transferred; transferring.
- transfer (n.)
- 1670s, "conveyance of property," from transfer (v.).
- 1. Anton was able to transfer from Lavine's to an American company.
- 2. Encouraging teacher transfer would not, by itself, integrate the teaching corps.
- 3. He wants to transfer some money to the account of his daughter.
- 4. Football clubs have been busy in the close season transfer market.
- 5. He expected the transfer to go through by today's noon deadline.
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