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synonyms for transference

  • action
  • activity
  • affair
  • agency
  • application
  • deal
  • effort
  • enterprise
  • exercise
  • force
  • movement
  • procedure
  • process
  • service
  • transaction
  • trip
  • use
  • work
  • act
  • ballgame
  • bit
  • conveyance
  • course
  • deed
  • effect
  • employment
  • engagement
  • exercising
  • exertion
  • exploitation
  • handiwork
  • happening
  • influence
  • instrumentality
  • labor
  • manipulation
  • motion
  • performance
  • play
  • proceeding
  • progress
  • progression
  • scene
  • undertaking
  • workmanship
  • carrying on
  • doing
  • transit
  • transportation
  • shipment
  • removal
  • lift
  • passage
  • carrier
  • carriage
  • moving
  • vehicle
  • conveyance
  • movement
  • shipping
  • conveying
  • transshipment
  • transferring
  • hauling
  • conveyor
  • carrying
  • transporting
  • mover
  • freightage
  • truckage
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antonyms for transference

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  • cessation
  • idleness
  • inaction
  • inactivity
  • indolence
  • inertia
  • laziness
  • passivity
  • stoppage
  • repose
  • rest
  • inutility
  • uselessness
  • maintenance
  • stagnation
  • idleness
  • sameness
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    How to use transference in a sentence

    What’s beautiful and powerful and ethically valuable about translation is this intense attention to the other, and not only attention, but an identification with a sort of transference.
    JHUMPA LAHIRI ON HER NEW NOVEL WHEREABOUTS AND THE POWER OF TRANSLATIONANNABEL GUTTERMANAPRIL 27, 2021TIME
    It is now becoming more and more common to arrange for the transference of stops from one keyboard to another.
    THE RECENT REVOLUTION IN ORGAN BUILDINGGEORGE LAING MILLER
    The transference of it from ship to shore and from shore to ship is a matter of awful noise and perspiring confusion.
    JAFFERYWILLIAM J. LOCKE
    Without adequate expression there is no art, for there is no infection, no transference to others of the author's feeling.
    TOLSTOY ON SHAKESPEARELEO TOLSTOY
    For there was much work to be done, big burdens to be carried in the transference of their effects from camp to camp.
    THE VEE-BOERSMAYNE REID
    This is all the more surprising since we have not the slightest ground for supposing any transference of institutions.
    ELEMENTS OF FOLK PSYCHOLOGYWILHELM WUNDT
    The latter, however, probably represents a transference, just as does plant totemism.
    ELEMENTS OF FOLK PSYCHOLOGYWILHELM WUNDT
    Closely associated with such a transference are a considerable number of other magic usages.
    ELEMENTS OF FOLK PSYCHOLOGYWILHELM WUNDT
    Less common, on the whole, is the third form of lustration, that by magical transference.
    ELEMENTS OF FOLK PSYCHOLOGYWILHELM WUNDT
    Proofs of this transference are to be found in the most ancient customs and legal enactments of all regions.
    ELEMENTS OF FOLK PSYCHOLOGYWILHELM WUNDT
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    WORDS RELATED TO TRANSFERENCE

    • car
    • carriage
    • carrying
    • communication
    • machine
    • movement
    • transfer
    • transference
    • transmission
    • transportation
    • vehicle
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