One entry found for transmit.
Main Entry: trans·mit
Pronunciation: tran(t)s-primarystressmit, tranz-
Function: verb
Inflected Form(s): trans·mit·ted; trans·mit·ting
Etymology: Middle English transmitten "to send to another person or place," from Latin transmittere (same meaning), from trans- "across, to the other side" and mittere "to send, throw" --related to EMIT
1 a : to transfer from one person or place to another b : to pass on by or as if by inheritance c : to cause or allow to spread abroad or to another <transmit a disease>
2 a : to pass or cause to pass through space or a material : allow the passage of b : to send a signal by radio waves or over a wire
- trans·mit·ta·ble /-primarystressmit-schwa-bschwal/ adjective
- trans·mit·tal /-primarystressmit-schwal/ noun


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