transfer to

transfer to (someone, something, or some place)

1. To move (oneself) to a new job or location thereof. I had an opportunity to transfer to the company's headquarters in Osaka, Japan. She's thinking of transferring to Minnesota once she's finished with this project.
2. To enroll in and begin attending a new educational institution (after withdrawing from a previous one). I did my first two years at the University of Colorado, then I transferred to Yale to finish my degree. I'm just really homesick, so I'm going to transfer to the college in my hometown.
3. To go onto and begin riding a new public conveyance (after exiting or disembarking from a previous one). You'll have to transfer to a different bus partway through the journey. The train took us most of the way, but we had to transfer to a shuttle bus to get to the airport.
4. To pass ownership of something to another person or group. In this usage, a noun or pronoun is used between "transfer" and "to." Because she had no direct heir, the duchess transferred her entire estate to her close friend Gabriella DeWitt. The government has agreed to transferring the land to the Native American tribe.
5. To reassign someone to a new job or location thereof. In this usage, a noun or pronoun is used between "transfer" and "to." They're transferring me to Berlin to head up their new European office. I started out as an editorial assistant, but they transferred me to the marketing department after my first year with the company.
6. To enroll someone in a new educational institution (after withdrawing them from a previous one). In this usage, a noun or pronoun is used between "transfer" and "to." Her parents want to transfer her to a fancy private elementary school, but I think she'd be better off in the public school with all her friends.
7. To cause or force one to move to a new prison (after taking them out of a previous one). In this usage, a noun or pronoun is used between "transfer" and "to." They agreed to transfer him to a minimum-security prison after he demonstrated good behavior for the first two years of his sentence.
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transfer someone or something to someone

to reassign someone or something to someone. I transferred my secretary to Joel, who can get along with almost anyone. Ann transferred her car registration to her sister.
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transfer to something

to have oneself reassigned to something. I am transferring to the accounting department. Andy wanted to transfer to a different school.
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This, in turn, will lead to increased transfer success rates while ensuring the students experience a smooth and seamless transfer to the university of the student's choice.
The Fifth Circuit then determined the transfer to the LP was a bona fide sale based on four factors: (1) Mrs.
To be considered complete, a BSIS and wall sign had to include: (1) the number of caregivers needed for the transfer, (2) the type of transfer to be performed and (3) the amount of physical assistance necessary from caregiver(s) (i.e., minimal, moderate or maximal assistance).
This strategy allowed transfer to be reached just as the screw slowed down, thus avoiding prolonged high pressure under velocity control.
The continuous crosslinked release films formed by semi-permanent releasants contribute to low transfer to the part, low buildup on the mold, and a low defect rate.
When a patient is found to have an emergency condition or to be in active labor, the hospital must either provide further examination and treatment, within its capabilities, to stabilize the medical condition or to treat the labor, unless such treatment is refused, or provide an appropriate transfer to another health facility.
26.2632-1(b)(2)(i) makes it clear that the automatic allocation of GST exemption to an indirect skip is effective whether or not Form 709, United States Gift (and Generation-Skipping Transfer) Tax Return, is filed, reporting the transfer, and is effective as of the date of the transfer to which it relates.
Latino/Latinas, despite their high enrollment rates, do not transfer to four-year institutions at the same rate as their peers.
For example, a transfer to a grantor retained annuity trust (GRAT) or a qualified personal residence trust (QPRT) may produce a taxable gift the grantor must report.
65 (1962), resulting in compensation income to Harold equal to the options' value on the date of transfer to Maude.
In fact, a single SCSI device could talk to another device using packets during one operation and seamlessly switch to parallel transfer to perform an operation with a third device.
[sections] 1.351-1(c)(1), a transfer of property after June 30, 1967, was considered to be a transfer to an investment company if W the transfer results, directly or indirectly, in diversification of the transferors' interests, and (ii) the transferee is (a) a regulated investment company (RIC), (b) a real estate investment trust (REIT), or (c) a corporation more than 80 percent of the value of whose assets (excluding cash and non-convertible debt obligations from consideration) are held for investment and are readily marketable stocks or securities, or interests in RICs or REITs.
It facilitates part/mold separation "sacrificially" by allowing a portion of the coating to transfer to the surface of the molded part.
Transferors may elect out of the allocation rules on the gift tax return reporting the transfer to the trust or on a gift tax return filed for any calendar year after the year of the transfer, up to and including the calendar year in which the ETIP closes.
Overwhelmingly, in Study 1, the transfer to secondary school was anticipated positively, with no major difference evident in the coding of male/female responses.