Similar words: transmit, transmission, smitten, committee, intermittent, transit, transfer, transform. Meaning: [trænz'mɪt ,-s-] adj. 1. sent electronically as by wire or radio 2. tending to occur among members of a family usually by heredity.
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1 He has transmitted the report to us.
2 The game was transmitted live in Spain and Italy.
3 The information is transmitted electronically to the central computer.
4 The US Open will be transmitted live via satellite.
5 The disease cannot be transmitted through coughing or sneezing.
6 Data is transmitted via a modem link to the central office.
7 The World Cup was transmitted around the world by satellite.
8 The ceremony was transmitted live by satellite to over fifty countries.
9 The World Cup final is being transmitted live to over fifty countries.
10 Audio signals can be transmitted along cables without distortion.
11 Mathematical knowledge is transmitted from teacher to student.
12 Nerve impulses are transmitted to the brain.
13 The disease is transmitted by mosquitoes.
14 Malaria is transmitted by mosquitoes.
15 The disease is transmitted through physical contact.
16 The virus is easily transmitted via needles.
17 Cholera is transmitted through contaminated water.
18 AIDS is a sexually transmitted disease.
19 The virus can only be transmitted through intimate contact.
20 This custom is transmitted from generation to generation.
21 Some communicable diseases are transmitted only through the agency of vermin or insects.
22 The infection is transmitted by the bite of a mosquito.
23 The power which an engine develops is transmitted to the wheels.
24 The computer can enhance the quality of photographs transmitted from space.
25 The data, normally transmitted electronically,[www.Sentencedict.com] can be changed into pulses of light.
26 Some diseases are transmitted from one generation to the next.
27 There are four variants of malaria, all transmitted to humans by a particular family of mosquitoes.
28 Some communicable diseases are transmitted only through the agency of insects.
29 He transmitted his keen enjoyment of singing to the audience.
30 The yearbook also noted a sharp drop in reported cases of sexually transmitted disease.
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