transference [ˈtrænsfərəns]
1 (relocation) [of information] transferencia (f); transmisión (f); [of affection] cambio (m); [of power] traspaso (m)
the republic underwent a dangerous and unconstitutional transference of power it's not a civil rights struggle there; it is a struggle for a transference of power his transference of devotion/affections from Nicola to susan was complete the advance in technology has speeded up transference of information/data
the transference of the papal seat to Avignon el traslado de la sede pontificia a Aviñón
2 (Psychology and Psychiatry) transferencia (f)
part of the analytic process is transference, a phenomenon whereby elements of the patient's early affections and hostilities toward his parents are transferred to the analyst
thought transference transmisión (f) de pensamientos
there is the phenomenon of telepathy - thought-transference between two people communication in the astral world, as described by its inhabitants, is not by thought transference but by formulated thought # halfway between thought transference and the concrete speech of the physical world
Collins Complete Spanish Electronic Dictionary © HarperCollins Publishers 2011
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