American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- v. To send from one person, thing, or place to another; convey. See Synonyms at convey, send1.
- v. To cause to spread; pass on: transmit an infection.
- v. To impart or convey to others by heredity or inheritance; hand down.
- v. To pass along (news or information); communicate.
- v. Electronics To send (a signal), as by wire or radio.
- v. Physics To cause (a disturbance) to propagate through a medium.
- v. To convey (force or energy) from one part of a mechanism to another.
- v. To send out a signal.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To send over, onward, or along; hand along or down; transfer; communicate: as, to transmit a letter or a memorial; to transmit despatches.
- To suffer to pass through; conduct.
- v. transitive To send or convey something from one person, place or thing to another.
- v. transitive To spread or pass on something such as a disease or a signal.
- v. transitive To impart, convey or hand down something by inheritance or heredity.
- v. transitive To communicate news or information.
- v. transitive To convey energy or force through a mechanism.
- v. intransitive To send out a signal (as opposed to receive).
GNU Webster's 1913
- v. To cause to pass over or through; to communicate by sending; to send from one person or place to another; to pass on or down as by inheritance.
- v. To suffer to pass through.
- v. transfer to another
- v. transmit or serve as the medium for transmission
- v. broadcast over the airwaves, as in radio or television
- v. send from one person or place to another
- From Middle English transmitten, from Latin trānsmittō ("transmit", v, literally "over-send"). See also oversend. (Wiktionary)
- Middle English transmitten, from Latin trānsmittere : trāns-, trans- + mittere, to send. (American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition)
“One does not have to believe in the accuracy of these numbers; the message they transmit is pretty clear anyway.”
“At that point, Node C also knows the direction the message must transmit, which is away from Node B, or toward Node D.”
“We changed the SIM card and it was able to transmit, which is to say that the system works," he said.”
“The major performance gain with 802. 11n comes from the ability to transmit multiple independent signals, called transmit chains, in the same frequency band; the more transmit chains, the higher the transmission rate.”
“Since DPD is a feedback loop, the receiver (also called a transmit observation path receiver) benefits from low latency; a faster loop leads to better efficiency in the PA and therefore even lower power consumption.”
“Of course, some are reading on their laptops, and some are writing only for their bosses, but I suspect that most are on "transmit" rather than "receive.”
“I think maybe we're going to put our thumbs up for Roy now, if he's watching, and maybe all of our viewers could put thumbs up to kind of transmit a feeling of good will to him.”
“Our helper at Luton resignedly told Kris to press the 'transmit' button and say nothing, then turn left and after two minutes transmit again, and he told us he now knew which blip we were on his dial, and he knew what we should steer to reach him, but he couldn't tell how far away we were from him, and he wouldn't know until he could see us on his doorstep.”
“Does any reasonable man question for a moment that, if Germany had done something more than merely "transmit" these wise and pacific suggestions, Austria would have complied with the suggestions of its powerful ally or that Austria would have suspended its military operations if Germany had given any intimation of such a wish?”
“To "transmit" a performance or display is to communicate it by any device or process whereby images or sounds are received beyond the place from which they are sent.”
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