›[T]to move someone or something from one place to another: transfer sb/sth to sthThe company is to transfer 1500 jobs to India by the end of the year.Anyone transferring a pension from one company to another could be hit by early exit penalties.The idea is to transfer all the firm's operational business to the web.
›[I or T]WORKPLACEto change to a different job, team, place of work, or situation, or to make someone do this: transfer to sthA small number of employees will be offered a chance to transfer to California.transfer sb to sthThe manager transferred him to another store.transfer between sthYou can transfer between ISA providers during the tax year.
›[T]BANKING, FINANCEto move money from one account to another: transfer sth to/into sthThe money will be transferred into your bank account.He opened an instant access account and transferred his savings.
›[T]ITto move data from one computer, system, etc. to another: transfer sth to sthAll forms have been transferred to disk.
›[T]LAWto make something the legal property of another person: transfer sth to sbMarried couples do not have to pay this tax if property is transferred from one to the other after death.
›[T]COMMUNICATIONSto pass a phone call from one phone to another: transfer sb to sbPlease hold while I transfer you to my supervisor.