English version

transfer your affections/loyalty/allegiance etc

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishtransfer your affections/loyalty/allegiance etctransfer your affections/loyalty/allegiance etcto change from loving or supporting one person to loving or supporting a different one transfer
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transfer your affections/loyalty/allegiance etcIf Henry failed to abide by these terms his barons were to transfer their allegiance to Philip and Richard.
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