- transmit ► VERB (transmitted, transmitting) 1) cause to pass on from one place or person to another. 2) broadcast or send out (an electrical signal or a radio or television programme). 3) allow (heat, light, etc.) to pass through a medium. 4) communicate (an idea or emotion).DERIVATIVES transmissible adjective ( chiefly Medicine ) transmittal noun.ORIGIN Latin transmittere, from mittere 'send' .
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Transmittal — Trans*mit tal, n. Transmission. Swift. [1913 Webster] … The Collaborative International Dictionary of English
transmittal — I noun circulation, communication, conveyance, deliverance, delivery, direction, dispatch, forwarding, impartation, letter, movement, note, passage, propagation, remittance, sending, transfer, transference, translocation, transmission,… … Law dictionary
transmittal — (n.) 1724, from TRANSMIT (Cf. transmit) + AL (Cf. al) (2) … Etymology dictionary
transmittal — noun see transmit … New Collegiate Dictionary
transmittal — /trans mit l, tranz /, n. transmission. [1715 25; TRANSMIT + AL2] * * * … Universalium
transmittal — noun the act of transmitting a message; a transmission … Wiktionary
transmittal — Synonyms and related words: abalienation, alienation, amortization, amortizement, announcement, assignation, assignment, bargain and sale, barter, bequeathal, cession, communication, conduction, conferment, conferral, consignation, consignment,… … Moby Thesaurus
transmittal — trans mitÂ·tal || trÃ¦nz mÉªtl , s n. delivery, handing over; broadcast … English contemporary dictionary
transmittal — n. Transmission, transferrence, transmittance … New dictionary of synonyms
transmittal — trans·mit·tal … English syllables