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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishtransferencetrans‧fer‧ence /ˈtrænsfərəns $ trænsˈfɜːr-/ AWL noun [uncountable]  1 formalMOVE something OR somebody the process of moving someone or something from one place, position, job etc to anothertransference of the transference of skills acquired at school to the workplace2 technical the process of beginning to have the same unconscious feelings about someone in the present that you had for someone such as your parents in the past
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transferenceThere seems little transference of application from one subject to another.By the end of the emancipation process, the authorities lacked the wherewithal to pay for the transference of land.Furthermore, the transference from Worcester to Lincoln of the concept of a ten-bayed concentric chapter house took place about 1225.The whole gentile constitution made the transference of private property from father to son impossible.Classification and measurement are not creations of man, but only the transference of natural fact from one form to another.
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