Because the hiragana ends with an う sound, you know this word is a verb. The kanji itself means shift and the verb vocab version is to be shifted. You know that this is the one where something is shifted (and you're not doing the shifting), because it's really rude (る) to be shifted, and you don't like it when people do it to you (because it happens quite a lot, strangely).
Kyoko(Tokyo accent, female)
Kenichi(Tokyo accent, male)
The reading is the same as 移す, so use that to remember this!
I don’t like Korean barbecue because the smell gets on your clothes.