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Translation of "transfer" - English-Turkish dictionary

transfer

verb     /trænsˈfɜːr/ ( present participle transferring, past tense and past participle transferred)
MOVE [T]
B1 to move someone or something from one place to another nakletmek, aktarmak, transfer etmek She was later transferred to a different hospital. I'll transfer some money into my other account.Promoting, demoting and transferring staffTransferring and transporting objects
CHANGE JOB/TEAM ETC [I, T]
B2 to change to a different job, team, place of work, etc, or to make someone do this transfer olmak/etmek; geçmek/geçirmek After a year he transferred to University College, Dublin.Football/soccerGeneral terms used in ball sportsPromoting, demoting and transferring staff
CHANGE OWNER [T]
to change who owns or controls something atamak, tayin etmek; atanmak/tayin olmak We had all the documents transferred to my name.Business and commerce - general wordsReplacing and exchanging
transfer     /ˈtrænsfɜːr/ noun [C, U]
B2 transfer I'm hoping for a transfer to the Brussels office.
(Definition of transfer from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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