Definition of Transferences

1. Noun. (plural of transference) ¹



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Definition of Transferences

1. transference [n] - See also: transference

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Transferences

transferability
transferable
transferable skill
transferable skills
transferal
transferals
transferase
transferase deficiency galactosaemia
transferases
transferases (other substituted phosphate groups)
transferee
transferees
transference
transference love
transference neurosis
transferences (current term)
transferential
transferer
transfermium
transferography
transferor
transferors
transferrable
transferral
transferrals
transferred
transferred ophthalmia
transferred possession
transferred property
transferred sensation

Literary usage of Transferences

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1. The Bath Stage: A History of Dramatic Representations in Bath by Belville S. Penley (1892)
"... "PATRONESS OF BATH" — PRE-EMINENCE OF THE BATH THEATRE — REASONS FOR ITS POSITION—THE MANAGEMENT—Miss WALLIS—A FAREWELL— transferences TO LONDON—MRS. ..."

2. A Digest of the Law of Scotland: With Special Reference to the Office and by Hugh Barclay, Scotland (1855)
"... and transferences; but these by recent Acts, 13 and 14 Viet. c. 30 (1850), 1C und 17 Viet. c. ..."

3. Review of Neurology and Psychiatry (1905)
"who are home cares or transfers or transferences, according to their destination. Persons admitted, fall into two distinct groups— (1) Indirect admissions; ..."

4. Physics of the Ether by S. Tolver Preston (1875)
"Again: it is quite evident that an observed motion need not pass to the ether direct, but this motion may undergo several transferences through matter first ..."

5. Contributions to Psycho-analysis by Sándor Ferenczi (1916)
"Thus I have come across among others the curious objection that psycho-analysis is dangerous because it brings about transferences to the physician, ..."

6. Nervous and mental disease monograph series (1920)
"When beauty, wealth and social position are combined the analyst who establishes strong transferences must be specially on his guard. ..."

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