Move from one place to another
the hostages were transferred to a safe house
A transfer of a player from one team to another without a fee.
Movement of one substance through or into another at a molecular level.
A fee paid by one soccer or rugby club to another for the transfer of a player
A soccer or rugby club’s list of players available for transfer
RNA consisting of folded molecules that transport amino acids from the cytoplasm of a cell to a ribosome
An order to transfer funds issued by means of a telegraphic (now also electronic) message.
To transfer (funds) by means of a wire transfer.
A system whereby successfully completed units of study contributing towards a degree or diploma can be transferred from one course to another
An instrument for the transfer of shares of certified value.
= wire transfer.
The action or an act of transferring something back again.
A substance released by antigen-sensitized lymphocytes and capable of transferring the response of delayed hypersensitivity to a nonsensitized cell or individual into which it is introduced
A trajectory by which a spacecraft can pass from one orbit to another at a higher altitude, especially a geostationary orbit
A specific period in the year during which soccer clubs may buy and sell players
The phenomenon whereby acquisition of a new language is influenced by the grammar, pronunciation, orthography, or other aspects of an individual's first language (or another previously learned language), which may either inhibit or facilitate learning.
The transfer of effects from the learning of one skill which hinder the learning of another.
A kind of protocol, of particular importance in cryptography, which allows information to be transmitted in such a way that it may or may not be received successfully and the sender remains unaware of the outcome.
The transfer of effects from the learning of one skill that facilitate the subsequent learning of another.
Transference or communication of thought from one mind to another apart from the ordinary channels of sense; telepathy.
To convey by thought or telepathically.
A mathematical function relating the output or response of a system such as a filter circuit to the input or stimulus
A payment made or income received in which no goods or services are being paid for, such as a benefit payment or subsidy
The process of transferring information from one person or location to another
The transfer of new technology from the originator to a secondary user, especially from developed to less developed countries in an attempt to boost their economies
(In the UK) a tax levied on the transfer of capital by gift or bequest (replaced in 1986 by inheritance tax)
Another term for FTP.
The acquisition by an organism of genetic information by transfer, for example via the agency of a virus, from an organism that is not its parent and is typically a member of a different species
A network protocol by which data to be transmitted is encoded into cells of fixed size (rather than packets of variable size), these cells being sent on demand over individually preset routes; abbreviated ATM.
The electronic delivery of credit to a recipient of government benefits (especially food stamps), usually via a payment card with which the recipient may make purchases.
The transfer of money between bank accounts by electronic means.
A capsule in which divers are transported to and from the surface so as to reduce the effects of decompression.
A gift made from one person to another which is exempt from inheritance tax provided the donor survives for seven years after the gift is made; abbreviated PET.
An R plasmid; (also) the part of a conjugative R plasmid which contains the genes involved in conjugation.
Make (a player) available for transfer