Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • To transmit back or again.

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  • verb To transmit again.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • verb transmit again

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Examples

  • Now, broadcast TV stations are demanding to be paid licensing fees to "retransmit" their signals.

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  • The addition of further CO2 not only serves to "retransmit" radiation from the atmosphere to the surface, but other energy fluxes as well which are non-radiative.

    RealClimate

  • The addition of further CO2 not only serves to "retransmit" radiation from the atmosphere to the surface, but other energy fluxes as well which are non-radiative.

    RealClimate

  • The addition of further CO2 not only serves to "retransmit" radiation from the atmosphere to the surface, but other energy fluxes as well which are non-radiative.

    RealClimate

  • The addition of further CO2 not only serves to "retransmit" radiation from the atmosphere to the surface, but other energy fluxes as well which are non-radiative.

    RealClimate

  • In what may be the longest such dispute to date, Cablevision has not been carrying several Fox Channels channels, including Fox 5 and My9, since early Saturday due to a dispute over renegotiating the fees the cable company should pay to the network to retransmit the broadcasts over its system in the area.

    Cablevision-Fox dispute: Why aren't regulators acting to help consumers?

  • Satellite and cable-TV operators increasingly pay broadcasters to retransmit over-the-air signals with rates of as much as $1 a month per subscriber.

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  • Amid the impasse, Sen. John Kerry (D-Mass.) on Tuesday introduced draft legislation that seeks to reform laws governing how broadcasters and cable/satellite providers conduct negotiations over fees to retransmit television signals.

    No deal on Cablevision-Fox; Sen. Kerry introduces draft bill to reform TV fees rules

  • The Federal Communications Commission opened the process to overhaul rules that govern how cable and satellite operators pay for the right to retransmit broadcast channels.

    FCC Seeks Ways to Halt Blackouts in TV-Fee Fights

  • But consumer prices still may rise as broadcasters seek cash payments from companies that retransmit their shows.

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