transferal

[trans-fur-uhl]
noun
transference; transfer.


Origin:
1860–65; transfer + -al2

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transferral or transferal (ˌtrænsˈfɛrəl)
 
n
the act or an instance of transferring or being transferred
 
transferal or transferal
 
n

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Example sentences
These aspects of an anthology are as much elements of translation as the
  transferal of words from one language to another.
The transferal of skills to trainees enables them to take over increasing.
Personal contact with each unit would encourage participation in transferal of
  records.
Planning for the move began more than a year before the actual transferal of
  objects to the new facility.
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