Acclaim ensued (then-New York magazine critic John Simon called it “unforgettable”) but no Broadway transfer.
Finely chop the tenderloins, hearts, and livers and transfer them to a medium bowl.
transfer the chicken pieces, fennel and whole cloves of garlic to a serving platter, reserving the pan juices.
But as things stand, there are no plans for a US transfer of Another Country.
A surplus became an excuse to transfer wealth to the wealthy instead of an opportunity to invest in our future.
It was no easy matter to transfer the cargo from the submerged boat.
Then transfer it to a hot dish, and serve up the potatoes in another.
I hope you will continue to transfer the beauties of Glenraven after I become a dweller there.
Then transfer it to a jar, and set the jar into a pot of boiling water.
Notice the anachronism of the transfer of the mediaeval sport to legendary Greece.
transfer trans·fer (trāns'fər)
The conveyance or removal of something from one place to another.
A condition in which learning in one situation influences learning in another situation. It may be positive, as when learning one behavior facilitates the learning of something else, or negative, as when one habit interferes with the acquisition of a later one.