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transfer

Translation of transfer in Italian:

noun

British English: /ˈtransfəː/
, /ˈtrɑːns-/, /-nz-/
American English: /ˈtræn(t)sfər/
  • 1 (transmission)
    (of information, technology, skills, power, heat, goods, ownership, funds) from da to a
    (of shares)
    trasferimento (masculine) girata (feminine)
    from da to a
    (of property)
    trapasso (masculine) passaggio (masculine)
    from da to a
    (of debt)
    cessione (feminine) voltura (feminine)
    from da to a
  • 5 (American English) (Railways)
    biglietto (masculine) con coincidenza

transitive verb forma in -ing ecc. -rr-

British English: /transˈfəː/
, /trɑːns-/, /-nz-/
American English: /trænsˈfər/
, /ˈtrænsfər/
  • 1 (move)
    (data, luggage) from da to a
    (prisoner) from da to a
    to transfer data onto hard disc
    riversare o trasferire i dati sull'hard disk
  • 4 (relocate)
    (employee, office, prisoner, civil servant)
  • 5 (Telecommunications)
    (call)
    I'm transferring you to reception
    passo la vostra chiamata alla reception
  • 8 (translate) See examples:to transfer an idea onto paper
    buttare giù un'idea

intransitive verb forma in -ing ecc. -rr-

British English: /transˈfəː/
, /trɑːns-/, /-nz-/
American English: /trænsˈfər/
, /ˈtrænsfər/
  • 1 (relocate)
    (employee, player, passenger, civil servant)
    trasferirsi
    I'm transferring to the Boston office
    mi trasferisco nella sede di Boston
  • 2 (Aviation)
    (traveller)
    cambiare volo
  • 3 (University)
    (student) (change university)
    cambiare università
    (change course)
    to transfer from Bath to York
    trasferirsi da Bath a York

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