Enter your search term here and click

Nowadays spell check is an important part of our writing. How-do-you-spell.net is the place where you can find the correct spelling of transfer and find out the common misspellings with percentage rankings. Here you can even get a list of synonyms for transfer. Checking antonyms for transfer may also be very helpful for you.

Spell check of transfer

Correct spelling: transfer

Synonyms:
budge, furnish, absent, consign, change, switch, disturb, careen, enrapture, convert, guide, pack, repose, draw, fetch, haul, dispatch, check, permute, directions, transferee, bring, swap, turn over, channelise, change over, manoeuvre, get rid of, deportation, transportation, law, reassign, leave, point, take out, alter, induce, interchange, deepen, reposition, broadcast, conveyance, stir, ship, impartation, vary, free trade, beam, carry-over, entrust, imparting, commend, variation, token, vest, enthral, convey, flow, recommend, adduce, alienate, spread, run, hand over, carry, bear, delight, carry-forward, provide, withdraw, transferal, assign, traffic, take away, agitate, exchange, take, transit, alteration, barter, graft, channelize, transferral, grant, substitution, transference, wobble, haggle, cede, confide, canalize, transport, direct, actuate, dislodge, removal, reach, sell, ecstasy, transportation system, impart, proceed, deal, move out, conveyancing, transplant, move, hit, bargain, shift, ticket, slay, channel, remove, forward, supply, transmit, conveyance of title, commute, conduct, alien, truck, course, tape drive, canalise, transpose, expatriation, raptus, attract, assignment, instructions, polish off, cart, fare, rapture, tilt, bump off, head, give over, refer, hand, air, buck, command, commit, delegate, maneuver, express, make over, shoot, dislocate, send, deed, steer, shipping, deliver, displace, off, pass, relocate, conveying, give, ravish, go, counterchange, trust, trade, exile, enchant, enthrall, manoeuver, transfer of training, tape transport, sign over, modify, lurch, pitch, exaltation, transfuse, communicate.

Antonyms:
draw, possess, secure, contract, gain, retain, fix, cling to, root, take, reserve, implant, keep, lodge, stabilize, obtain, procure, detain, get, acquire, embed, ingrain, receive, freeze, anchor, own, catch, withhold, preserve, take in, take over, hold back, occupy, moor, entrench, set, hold, expropriate, come down, earn, garner, accept.

Examples of usage:

1) How's a fellow to transfer money to another fellow and not let the other fellow nor anyone else in the world know anything about it? - "The Man from Jericho", Edwin Carlile Litsey.

2) Selling the company was, therefore, a simple matter of the transfer of the stock to a new owner. - "I Walked in Arden", Jack Crawford.

3) After taking me from my asylum prison, and while his prisoner at my own house, he asked me to sign a deed for the transfer of some of his real estate in Mt. - "Marital Power Exemplified in Mrs. Packard's Trial, and Self-Defence from the Charge of Insanity", Elizabeth Parsons Ware Packard.

Alphabet: