English words and Examples of Usage

use "transmit" in a sentence

Women are the ones who transmit identity and traditions, she said.

The stoves incorporate chimneys to properly transmit smoke outside.

Sound could be used instead of Wi-Fi radios to transmit Internet data.

The technology uses ordinary LED room lights to transmit data around the house.

One satellite transceiver that could transmit and receive text messages and phone calls.

The desktop version doesn't install OneKey, though it does transmit information to Lenovo.

The first is that you can't transmit signals undersea as effectively as can through the air.

NHS staff will also be expected to use mobile devices to access, collect and transmit data quickly.

The sharks are spotted when their dorsal fins break the surface and transmit a signal to a satellite.

Neurons are individual cells in the nervous system which receive, transmit and integrate information.

The U.S. was informed of the decision, but not that it was to transmit it.

The monochromator can then be adjusted to select which wavelengths to transmit.

Toads cannot transmit warts to people through handling or skin contact.

Series 3 is in production and due to transmit in the UK in March 2012.

Neurons are individual cells in the nervous system which receive, transmit and integrate information. transplant

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