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transferral

Line breaks: trans¦fer|ral
Pronunciation: /transˈfəːr(ə)l
 
, trɑːns-, -nz-/

Definition of transferral in English:

noun

[mass noun]
The action of transferring someone or something: the transferral of ownership in the form of a takeover
More example sentences
  • And it acts in a manner no one can yet explain, obeying the law of ownership and transferral.
  • Both parties will also identify research areas that will improve the delivery of the TB control programme by monitoring patient transferral.
  • Indeed, a number of events since sovereignty transferral in 1997 directly point to that erosion.

Words that rhyme with transferral

conferral, deferral, referral

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