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adjourn to transfer proceedings to another location. [1/3 definitions]
alienate in law, to transfer (property, title, or the like) to another. [1/2 definitions]
alienation in law, the transfer of ownership of property to another. [1/3 definitions]
assign to legally transfer interest, property, or rights. [1/6 definitions]
assignment a legal transfer of interest, property, or rights. [1/4 definitions]
bequeath pass on or transfer, as to one of a younger generation. [1/2 definitions]
breeches buoy a nautical rescue device consisting of a canvas sling with leg holes that is suspended from a life preserver, used to transfer the rescued person up a rope to a ship.
change to transfer to a different conveyance or mode of transportation. [1/17 definitions]
channel to convey or transfer. [1/8 definitions]
conduction the transmission or transfer, as of heat, electrical charges, or nervous impulses, through a medium. [1/2 definitions]
consign to deliver, transfer, or turn over to another. [1/4 definitions]
convey in law, to transfer ownership of. [1/4 definitions]
cross-pollination the transfer of pollen, as by bees, from one flower to another of different genetic composition, resulting in the production of a hybrid; cross-fertilization.
deed to transfer (property) by a deed. [1/4 definitions]
devise in law, to transfer (real estate) by a will. [1/3 definitions]
devolution the act or result of devolving; transfer, delegation, or passing down, as of rights or duties. [1/4 definitions]
discharge the release, transfer, or loss of an electric charge. [1/17 definitions]
download to transfer (data, files, or programs) from a network or remote computer to one's own computer. [1/2 definitions]
empty to transfer. [1/10 definitions]
endorse to sign as legally required, esp. in order to transfer funds or property, approve the terms or contents of a legal document, or acknowledge receipt of payment. [1/2 definitions]
expropriate to take or transfer without permission. [1/2 definitions]