Main meanings of retransfer in English

: retransfer1retransfer2

retransfer1

Pronunciation /ˌriːˈtransfəː/ /ˌriːˈtrɑːnsfəː/

noun

  • 1The action or an act of transferring a person or thing back or again.

  • 2Printing
    An impression taken from a lithographic image using special ink and paper and transferred to another lithographic surface; the image made on the new surface.

Origin

Late 17th century; earliest use found in Settlement of Land-Bank Established. Probably partly from re- + transfer, and partly from retransfer.

Main meanings of retransfer in English

: retransfer1retransfer2

retransfer2

Pronunciation /ˌriːtransˈfəː/ /ˌriːtrɑːnsˈfəː/ /ˌriːˈtransfəː/

verb

  • To transfer back or again.

Origin

Early 17th century. From re- + transfer. Compare post-classical Latin retransferre.