Synonyms for Transfer:


adapt, backpedal, capitulate, move on, renounce, revise, change your mind, move with the times, see reason/sense. absence, absenteeism, assignment, attend, attendance, audit, board, command, drop out, enroll, enrollment, entrance, instructions, directions. action, disturbance, flight, furnish, hand, locomotion, motion, movement, mover, provide, supply, turn over. advance, manhandle, propel, refer, roll, shunt. alien, alienate, catch, cede, deed, deplane, disembarkation, embark, get on, law, make over, on, sign over. back, backfield, ballplayer, blue, boy, center, club, conference, all-American, center forward. contribute, distribute, help, lavish, part with, present, yield. arabesque, argyle, arrangement, array, articulation, chronology, coloration, column, configuration. arrive, attach, break into, enter, join, land, start, substitute, fill in, stand in. auction, hawk, launch, peddle, push, retail, stock. bank, borrow, close, credit, debit, mortgage, open, pay in. boarding card, boarding pass, return, season ticket, single, CARNET, bus pass, e-ticket, landing card, restricted fare. answer, busy, call, call up, caller, dial, call-in, cut off, call back, busy signal. copy, counterfeit, dub, duplicate, fake, forge, photocopy, reproduce, run off, knock off. act (noun)
conveyance, transference, transferral, transport, transportation.
barter (noun)
bargain, barter, deal, free trade, interchange, swap, trade, traffic.
change of possession (noun)
alteration, assignment, move, removal, shift, substitution, transference, variation.
person (noun)
relocation (noun)
removal, transferal.
ticket (noun)
check, ticket, token.
transfer (noun)
change, channel, channelise, channelize, conveyance, reassign, shift, transfer of training, transferee, transference, transferral, transmit, transplant, transport, transportation, transpose, carry over.


barter (verb)
bring (verb)
adduce, attract, bear, bring, carry, conduct, convey, draw, fetch, impart, induce, transport.
carry (verb)
cart, deliver, dispatch, express, haul, remove, send, transmit.
motion (verb)
move (verb)
actuate, budge, course, flow, go, move, pass, proceed, relocate, run, shift, stir, transit.
pass possession to (verb)
assign, bear, bring, carry, cart, cede, change, consign, convey, deed, deliver, dispatch, express, forward, hand, hand over, haul, make over, provide, relocate, remove, sell, send, ship, sign over, supply, transmit, transplant, transport, transpose, turn over.
recording (verb)
alteration, substitution, variation.
ship (verb)
forward, ship, truck.
transfer (verb)
assign, change hands, consign, exchange, grant, hand over, sell.

Other synonyms:

deplane, disturbance, embark, locomotion, manhandle, motion, mover, propel, transferal. flight, movement, roll, shunt. alienate, cede, refer. furnish, provide. board. assignment, get on. action, advance, on. bring
carry over.
turn over.
Other relevant words:
absence, absenteeism, action, adapt, advance, alien, alienate, alteration, answer, arabesque, argyle, arrangement, array, arrive, articulation, assignment, attach, attend, attendance, auction, audit, back, backfield, backpedal, ballplayer, bank, blue, board, borrow, boy, busy, call, caller, capitulate, catch, cede, center, change, channel, channelise, channelize, check, chronology, close, club, coloration, column, command, conference, configuration, contribute, conveyance, copy, counterfeit, credit, debit, deed, deplane, dial, disembarkation, distribute, disturbance, drop out, dub, duplicate, embark, enroll, enrollment, enter, entrance, fake, flight, forge, furnish, hand, hawk, help, instructions, join, land, launch, lavish, law, locomotion, make over, manhandle, mortgage, motion, movement, mover, on, open, part with, peddle, photocopy, present, propel, provide, push, reassign, refer, removal, renounce, reproduce, retail, return, revise, roll, shunt, sign over, single, start, stock, substitute, substitution, supply, ticket, token, transfer of training, transferee, transference, transferral, transplant, transportation, transpose, turn over, variation, yield, directions, CARNET, transferal, all-American, e-ticket.

Usage examples for transfer

  1. It appeared that between them they had managed to transfer Amelia's tea from her cup to the front of her dress. – The Danvers Jewels, and Sir Charles Danvers by Mary Cholmondeley
  2. The reader will transfer his mental vision to a small but neat and comfortable room in another part of the town. – Home Scenes, and Home Influence A Series of Tales and Sketches by T. S. Arthur
  3. Perhaps you would rather transfer your presence to Abdul Ali's house? – Jimgrim and Allah's Peace by Talbot Mundy