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Similar words: transmittedtransmittransmissionfittingtransmutationunwittingwittinglyunwittinglyMeaning: [trænz'mɪt ,-s-] n. the act of sending a message; causing a message to be transmitted. 
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1 Within an hour of the ship transmitting an SOS , six boats had arrived and started a rescue operation.
2 In transmitting urgent messages the king gained time by relaying at each town.
3 The satellite is used for transmitting signals around the world.
4 There was no danger of transmitting the infection through operations.
5 Local-area networks transmitting data at speeds of between 10 megabits per second and 100 megabits per second also exist.
6 The Franciscans had a specially charismatic gift for transmitting their understanding of the inward nature of redemption.
7 But a very few aphids transmitting a virus can cause havoc to sugar beet,[www.Sentencedict.com] for instance.
8 I found just enough radio transmitting and starshine to inform me.
9 Once there it dutifully started transmitting its radio signals.
10 The girl came in smiling, transmitting an aura of brightness into the cluttered cubicle of the room.
11 Another appears to be a satellite transmitting antenna built atop a two-story platform.
12 Once he started transmitting he couldn't help using all that C.B slang, even in an emergency.
13 Graphics: Methods of transmitting broadcast quality vision through a digital local area network.
14 Fiber optics transmitting 40 billion bits of data per second.
15 This is to provide a means of transmitting payments.
16 It seems clear, then, that the costs of transmitting new technology depend on the basic capabilities of the parties involved.
17 Any ferret can carry the transmitting device that provides the signal to be picked up by the hand-held locator.
18 Cohesive social units foraging a particular area over several generations would enhance efficiency by transmitting such information among closely related animals.
19 No, there will be video cameras in the steam room transmitting to the monitors in the sauna and vice versa.
20 A recurrent problem for the station was that of poor reception, even when the transmitting power was increased.
21 The intelligentsia has an enhanced role in creating and transmitting the new national culture through a national educational system.
22 By definition this is largely an enterprise of elders and women who are charged with transmitting these traditions to a new generation.
23 The clearing system, being nationwide and increasingly computerized, makes for a very efficient system of transmitting payments.
24 Internet connections expanding by 15 percent a month. Fiber optics transmitting 40 billion bits of data per second.
25 All this is possible because the protocols for formatting, requesting and transmitting web pages have been standardised.
26 Radio waves, like light waves and sound, are a means of transmitting energy.
27 Some people are just much more sensitive and perceptive in transmitting or receiving data than others.
28 In both cases, the journalists narrowly escaped injury but the houses from which they had been transmitting were devastated.
29 The receiving cell can adjust itself to changes in the behaviour of the transmitting cell in two ways.
30 This study aims to examine the role of Protestant working class youth culture in transmitting loyalist ethnic and political identity.
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