Definition of Transferability

1. Noun. The quality of being transferable or exchangeable. "Sterling transferability affords a means of multilateral settlement between nondollar countries"

Definition of Transferability

1. n. The quality or state of being transferable.

Definition of Transferability

1. Noun. The ability of something to be transferred. ¹

2. Noun. The capacity of goods to be transported (linked to their value versus bulk). ¹

3. Noun. (chemistry) The invariance of properties associated with an atom (or fragment) present in a variety of molecules. ¹

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Definition of Transferability

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Transferability

transfer earnings
transfer factor
transfer function
transfer functions
transfer genes
transfer imaging
transfer list
transfer of training
transfer paper
transfer payment
transfer rate
transfer rates
transfer tax
transfer taxes
transfer window
transferability (current term)
transferable skill
transferable skills
transferase deficiency galactosaemia
transferases (other substituted phosphate groups)
transference love
transference neurosis

Literary usage of Transferability

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1. Law and Business by William Homer Spencer (1911)
"c) transferability of Estates in Land j. IN GENERAL A Private ownership in property, as has been pointed out in another connection, performs certain ..."

2. A Treatise on the Law of Intercorporate Relations by Walter Chadwick Noyes (1902)
"transferability of Franchise of Corporate Existence. § 133. Franchises of Corporations. ... I. transferability of Franchises. § 130. Nature of a Franchise. ..."

3. Business Ownership Organization by Archibald Herbert Stockder (1922)
"The transferability of Securities. — The quality of free and unrestricted transferability is one of the most important characteristics peculiar to ..."

4. Economic Studies by Walter Bagehot, Richard Holt Hutton (1908)
"THE transferability OF CAPITAL. IN my last paper I discussed the fundamental principle of English Political Economy, that within the limits of a nation ..."

5. Ruling Case Law as Developed and Established by the Decisions and by William Mark McKinney, Burdett Alberto Rich (1914)
"Limitations to transferability.—Notwithstanding a bill of lading is designed to pass from hand to hand, with or without indorse- ware, L. & WR Co., ..."

6. An Exposition of the Principles of Estoppel by Misrepresentation by John Skirving Ewart (1900)
"... that is the normal result or effect of all transferability; and as to honest acquisition conferring title, this secondary meaning arrogates to the ..."

7. Trusts for Business Purposes by William Carden Dunn (1922)
"... of title—documentary evidence of ownership—not the beneficial interest or share itself.16 One of the main incidents to property is its transferability; ..."

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