English - Vietnamese Dictionary
transfer /'trænsfə:/Concise Dictionary
- danh từ
- sự di chuyển, sự dời chỗ; sự truyền
- heat transfer: sự truyền nhiệt
- sự nhượng, sự nhường lại, sự chuyển cho
- sự thuyên chuyển (nhân viên...)
- vé chuyển xe tàu (để tiếp tục đi trên tuyến đường khác)
- binh sĩ thuyên chuyển (từ đơn vị này sang đơn vị khác)
- động từ
- nhượng, nhường, chuyển cho
- to transfer land: nhượng đất
- thuyên chuyển (nhân viên...)
- to transfer a student from English department to Chinese department: chuyển một học sinh từ khoa Anh sang khoa Trung
- chuyển xe, đổi xe (để tiếp tục đi trên tuyến đường khác)
transferred|transferring|transferstræns'fɜr /-'fɜːThesaurus Dictionary
+the act of moving something from one location to another
+someone who transfers or is transferred from one position to another
+the act of transfering something from one form to another
+a ticket that allows a passenger to change conveyances
+application of a skill learned in one situation to a different but similar situation
+transfer somebody to a different position or location of work
+move from one place to another
+lift and reset in another soil or situation
+cause to change ownership
+change from one vehicle or transportation line to another
+send from one person or place to another
+shift the position or location of, as for business, legal, educational, or military purposes
+transfer from one place or period to another
Advanced English Dictionary
1 move, transport, convey, remove, carry, take, deliver, bring, transmit, cart, haul, shift, hand (on or over), turn over, give, pass (on or along or over):
The documents will be transferred to you today.
2 move, conveyance, transmittal, transmission, delivery, change:
The papers documenting the transfer of the property are here.
verb, nounCollocation Dictionary
+ verb (-rr-)
to new place
1 ~ (sth/sb) (from ...) (to ...) to move from one place to another; to move sth/sb from one place to another: [V] The film studio is transferring to Hollywood. + [VN] How can I transfer money from my bank account to his? + The patient was transferred to another hospital. + [VN, V] (especially AmE) I couldn't transfer all my credits from junior college. + (especially AmE) If I spend a semester in Madrid, will my credits transfer?
to new job / school / situation
2 ~ (sb) (from ...) (to ...) to move from one job, school, situation, etc. to another; to arrange for sb to move: [V] Children usually transfer to secondary school at 11 or 12. + He transferred to UCLA after his freshman year. + [VN] Ten employees are being transferred from the sales department.
feeling / disease / power
3 if you transfer a feeling, a disease, or power, etc., or if it transfers from one person to another, the second person has it, often instead of the first: [VN] Joe had already transferred his affections from Lisa to Cleo. + I decided to transfer my loyalty to my local team. + This disease is rarely transferred from mother to baby (= so that the baby has it as well as the mother). [also V]
4 [VN] ~ sth (to sb) to officially arrange for sth to belong to sb else or for sb else to control sth: He transferred the property to his son.
5 ~ (sb) (from ...) (to ...) (especially BrE) to move, or to move sb, to a different sports team, especially a professional football team: [V] He transferred to Everton for £6 million. + [VN] He was transferred from Spurs to Arsenal for a huge fee.
to new vehicle
6 ~ (sb) (from ...) (to ...) to change to a different vehicle during a journey; to arrange for sb to change to a different vehicle during a journey: [V] I transferred at Bahrain for a flight to Singapore. + [VN] Passengers are transferred from the airport to the hotel by taxi.
information / music, etc.
7 ~ (sth) (from sth) (to sth) to copy information, music, an idea, etc. from one method of recording or presenting it to another; to be recorded or presented in a different way: [VN] You can transfer data to a disk in a few seconds. + [V] The novel does not transfer well to the movies.
change of place / job / situation
1 [U, C] the act of moving sb/sth from one place, group or job to another; an occasion when this happens: data / information transfer + the transfer of currency from one country to another + He has asked for a transfer to the company's Paris branch. + After the election there was a swift transfer of power.
2 [U, C] the act of moving a sports player from one club or team to another: It was the first goal he had scored since his transfer from Chelsea. + a transfer fee / request + to be on the transfer list (= available to join another club)
change of vehicle
3 [U, C] an act of changing to a different place, vehicle or route when you are travelling: The transfer from the airport to the hotel is included in the price.
train / bus ticket
4 [C] (AmE) a ticket that allows a passenger to continue their journey on another bus or train
5 [C] (especially BrE) (AmE usually decal) a picture or design that can be removed from a piece of paper and stuck onto a surface, for example by being pressed or heated
The war caused a massive transfer of population.
| efficient, smooth, successful
the smooth transfer of power to the new government
There has been a net transfer of lower-paid people away from the inner cities.
Her boss recommended a permanent transfer overseas.
Employees are paid by direct transfer to a bank account.
| data, information, knowledge | land, property | population | resource | technology | file, multimedia, software | inter-company, inter-hospital, etc. | bank, capital, cash, credit, financial, money, share, stock | electronic, telegraphic | embryo, gene | charge, electron, energy, heat, nuclear, thermal | close-season, free, 15-million-pound, etc.
(all in football)
VERB + TRANSFER
Only the owner can make a transfer of goods.
| give sb
His club have given him a free transfer.
TRANSFER + VERB
TRANSFER + NOUN
deal, fee, list, payment, price, system (all in football)
the transfer of property between private buyers
| ~ from, ~ toverb
carefully | directly
Skills cannot be transferred directly from a trainer to a trainee.
Data is easily transferred electronically.
| successfully | merely, simply | immediately | quickly, rapidly | gradually | eventually | temporarily | formally
Sovereignty was formally transferred on December 27.
| automatically | electronically | abroad, back
transferring assets abroad
VERB + TRANSFER
agree to | refuse to
Can the disease be transferred across species?
| from, into
She transferred the sauce into a china jug.
| onto, to
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