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Translation of "transfer" - English-Spanish dictionary

transfer

verb /trӕnsˈfəː/ ( past tense, past participle transferred)
to remove to another place
trasladar, cambiar; (dinero) transferir
He transferred the letter from his briefcase to his pocket.
to (cause to) move to another place, job, vehicle etc
trasladar(se)
I’m transferring / They’re transferring me to the Bangkok office.
to give to another person, especially legally
traspasar
I intend to transfer the property to my son.
transferable adjective that can be transferred from one place or person to another
transferible
This ticket is not transferable (= may not be used except by the person to whom it is issued).
(Definition of transfer from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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