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See also: transmît
- enPR: trănsmĭt', trănzmĭt' IPA(key): /tɹænsˈmɪt/, /tɹænzˈmɪt/
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- Rhymes: -ɪt
- Hyphenation: trans‧mit
- (transitive) To send or convey something from one person, place or thing to another.
- (transitive) To spread or pass on something such as a disease or a signal.
- (transitive) To impart, convey or hand down something by inheritance or heredity.
- (transitive) To communicate news or information.
- (transitive) To convey energy or force through a mechanism or medium.
- 1960 December, “The first hundred 25 kV a.c. electric locomotives for B.R.”, in Trains Illustrated, page 728:
- The tractive and braking forces are transmitted to the body through a downward projecting pivot pin in the normal way.
- (intransitive) To send out a signal (as opposed to receive).
- A Mayday call was transmitted by the stricken vessel.
- TX (abbreviation)
to send or convey from someone, some place or something to another
to spread or pass on e.g. a disease or signal
to impart, convey or hand down something by inheritance or heredity
to communicate news or information
to convey energy or force through a mechanism
to send out a signal
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