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transferal

[trans-fur-uh l] /trænsˈfɜr əl/
noun
1.
transference; transfer.
Also, transferral.
Origin
1860-1865
1860-65; transfer + -al2
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Examples for transferal
  • 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.
  • Even if storage were free, it would be advantageous to keep the image size small for rapid transferal and viewing.
  • Public education and transferal of public health responsibility to the consumer might not be acceptable.
British Dictionary definitions for transferal

transferral

/ˌtrænsˈfɛrəl/
noun
1.
the act or an instance of transferring or being transferred
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