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    #1

    Cool preposition

    Hello!

    Are we supposed to use "in" or "to" in this case? :

    Transfer the data in/to the new database.

    Thanks lot

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    #2

    Re: preposition

    Transfer the data (which is ) in the old database to the new one.

    Transfer the data from the old database to the new one.

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    #3

    Re: preposition

    Perhaps we can also use "into".

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