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Middle English transferren from Old French transferer from Latin trānsferre trāns- trans- ferre to carry bher-1 in Indo-European roots
American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition
From Latin trānsferō (“I bear across").
He would fly to Los Angeles, then transfer for the short hop north to Santa Barbara.
The cost of transfer was about £I,000,000.
Transfer it immediately from the bag to a bottle.
Julie was a basket case when she learned she'd be required to transfer planes in Los Angeles.
I'd transfer out of this place if I didn't have to say why I was in such a hurry to leave.
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