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  1. transfer

    • v.
      move from one place to another;move to another group, occupation, or service
    • n.
      an act of moving something or someone to another place;an act of selling or moving an athlete to another team
    • noun: transfer, plural noun: transfers

    • verb: transfer, 3rd person present: transfers, gerund or present participle: transferring, past tense: transferred, past participle: transferred

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    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. move from one place to another:

      I went to sleep on the couch before transferring to my bedroom later in the night

      he would have to transfer money to his own account

    • 2. move to another group, occupation, or service:

      she transferred to the Physics Department

      employees have been transferred to the installation team

    • 3. enroll in a different school or college:

      Ron transferred to the University of Idaho

    • 4. (in professional sports) move or cause to move to another team:

      he transferred to the Dodgers

      when a player is transferred to the minors by a major league club

    • 5. redirect (a telephone call) to another line or extension.
    • 6. copy (a drawing or design) from one surface to another:

      drawings can be transferred to the artwork by rubbing them off the sheet

    • 7. copy (data, music, etc.) from one medium or device to another:

      you can easily transfer your personal data to another PC using the export feature

    • 8. change to another place, route, or means of transportation during a journey:

      John advised him to transfer from Rome airport to the railroad station

    • 9. make over the possession of (property, a right, or a responsibility) to someone else:

      we will transfer full planning responsibility to local authorities

    • 10. change (the sense of a word or phrase) by extension or metaphor:

      between Latin and English, the sense was transferred from the inhabitants to the place

      a transferred use of the Old English noun

    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. an act of moving something or someone to another place:

      a transfer of wealth to the poorer nations

      she was going to ask her boss for a transfer to the city

    • 2. an act of selling or moving an athlete to another team:

      his transfer from Rangers cost £800,000

    • 3. a student who has enrolled in a different school or college.
    • 4. a conveyance of property, especially stocks, from one person to another:

      the transfer of assets from wealthy individuals to family members

    • 5. the action of copying data from one medium or device to another.
    • 6. a small colored picture or design on paper, which can be transferred to another surface by being pressed or heated:

      T-shirts with iron-on transfers

    • 7. an act of changing to another place, route, or means of transportation during a journey:

      it took three hours and several bus transfers to get there

    • 8. a ticket allowing a passenger to change from one public transportation vehicle to another as part of a single journey:

      you get a transfer, you have to get that train

    • n. a system whereby successfully completed units of study contributing towards a degree or diploma can be transferred from one course to another.

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    • n.
      a soccer or rugby club's list of players available for transfer.
    • v.
      make (a player) available for transfer:
    • the striker was fined and transfer-listed

      the transfer-listed goalkeeper

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    • n. RNA consisting of folded molecules which transport amino acids from the cytoplasm of a cell to a ribosome.

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    • n. a payment made or income received in which no goods or services are being paid for, such as a benefit payment or subsidy.

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    • n. a trajectory by which a spacecraft can pass from one orbit to another at a higher altitude, especially a geostationary orbit.

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    • n. the transfer of new technology from the originator to a secondary user, especially from developed to less developed countries in an attempt to boost their economies:

    • technology transfer for nuclear power development involves manyfactors

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    • n. a mathematical function relating the output or response of a system such as a filter circuit to the input or stimulus.

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    • n. a trajectory by which a spacecraft can pass from one orbit to another at a higher altitude, especially a geostationary orbit.

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    • v.
      move from one place to another:
    • he intends to transfer the fund's assets to the Treasury

      I went to sleep on the couch before transferring to my bedroom later in the night

    • n.
      an act of moving something or someone to another place, organization, team, etc.:
    • a transfer of wealth to the EU's poorer nations

      she asked her boss for a transfer to the city

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  2. 知識+

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    • 有關語言學transfer...

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