- What is the opposite word of movement?
- What is a synonym for the word transfer?
- What is a different word for movement?
- What is the antonym for transfer?
- Is energy another word for movement?
- Which word means a sudden movement?
- What is an example of transfer?
- What is an example of positive transfer?
- What is the root word for transfer?
- What is the definition of a transfer?
- Is it transfering or transferring?
What is the opposite word of movement?
Antonyms: stop, rest, pause, stillness, quietness.
Synonyms: motion, move, change of place..
What is a synonym for the word transfer?
trænsˈfɝː, ˈtrænsfɝ) Send from one person or place to another. Synonyms. convey release send bring displace translate channelize move get fetch transmit propagate channelise send out turn transport project channel.
What is a different word for movement?
1’Rachel made a sudden movement’ SYNONYMS. motion, move, manoeuvre. gesture, gesticulation, sign, signal. action, activity.
What is the antonym for transfer?
Antonyms of TRANSFER fix, fight, hold, stay, keeping, receive, maintain, order, retain, stagnation, refuse, stagnate, remain, lose, keep, hold back, cling to, persist, fail, withhold, take, preserve.
Is energy another word for movement?
What is another word for movement?mobilitymotionkinesisupward movementvitalityenergyfunctioningsprightlinessconditioningspryness11 more rows
Which word means a sudden movement?
A quick, sharp, sudden movement. jerk. lurch. jolt.
What is an example of transfer?
Transfer definitions. Transfer is defined as to move, carry or transport from one person or place to another. An example of to transfer is the owner of a car signing the title over to a new owner. An example of to transfer is picking up a package from one location and bringing it to another.
What is an example of positive transfer?
1. the improvement or enhancement of present learning by previous learning. For instance, learning to drive a car could facilitate learning to drive a truck.
What is the root word for transfer?
late 14c., from Old French transferer or directly from Latin transferre “bear across, carry over, bring through; transfer, copy, translate,” from trans “across, beyond” (see trans-) + ferre “to carry,” from PIE root *bher- (1) “to carry,” also “to bear children.” Related: Transferred; transferring.
What is the definition of a transfer?
1 : a conveyance of a right, title, or interest in real or personal property from one person or entity to another. 2 : a passing of something from one to another transfer of venue the transfer of power. More from Merriam-Webster on transfer. Thesaurus: All synonyms and antonyms for transfer.
Is it transfering or transferring?
There often seems to be a lot of confusion about the correct spelling of the past tense of ‘to transfer”: is it “transferred” or “transfered”? However, there is only one correct answer! The correct way to spell it is by using two r’s, thus making it “transferred”.