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Is 'image transfer' used in English?

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Imagetransfer is used in German, e.g. to describe getting your company a good reputation through association with a well-known institution. I was wondering if this would be understood in English, and on Google I can't find any examples of it. (There's a lot about rub-off transfers.) Has anyone seen this used? What else might you say?
AuthorCM2DD (236324) 06 Mar 12, 15:15
I would understand "image transfer" as a technical term used in (silk screen) printing/etc. only. I've never come across it in the context you mention.
#1Authordude (253248) 06 Mar 12, 15:25
That's what I suspect too. I think I'll make it something about reputation by association, to be on the safe side.
#2AuthorCM2DD (236324) 06 Mar 12, 15:34
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