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Synonyms for transfer

to go or cause to go from one place to another

to change one's residence or place of business, for example

to relinquish to the possession or control of another

to direct (a person) elsewhere for help or information

to change the ownership of (property) by means of a legal document

the act of delivering or the condition of being delivered

a making over of legal ownership or title

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someone who transfers or is transferred from one position to another

the act of transfering something from one form to another

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a ticket that allows a passenger to change conveyances

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application of a skill learned in one situation to a different but similar situation

transfer somebody to a different position or location of work

lift and reset in another soil or situation

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change from one vehicle or transportation line to another

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shift the position or location of, as for business, legal, educational, or military purposes

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transfer from one place or period to another

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References in periodicals archive ?
At the 24-month follow-up, he had experienced no further adverse events in his hand or in the revascularized free-tissue transfer.
During 1998, 69 patients underwent either fasciocutaneous or osteofasciocutaneous radial forearm free-tissue transfers at our institution.
Our purpose in studying this small cohort was to identify some of the potential problems that can be encountered while performing radial forearm free-tissue transfers in patients with Raynaud's phenomenon.
From January through December 1998, we performed 69 fasciocutaneous or osteofasciocutaneous radial forearm free-tissue transfers during a variety of head and neck reconstructions at the University of Michigan Medical Center and the Ann Arbor Veterans Administration Hospital.
Among the three patients, a total of four microvascular free-tissue transfers had been performed: one patient underwent two radial fasciocutaneous free-flap procedures (patient 1), one patient underwent a single radial fasciocutaneous free-flap procedure (patient 2), and the other underwent a single radial osteofasciocutaneous free-flap procedure (patient 3).