transmitir


transmitir
v.
1 to transmit, to flash, to relay, to broadcast.
Eso transmite los pedidos That transmits the orders.
El cable transmite la electricidad The wire conducts electricity.
Ellos transmiten la noticia They transmit the news.
2 to transmit, to convey, to relay, to transfer.
Eso transmite los pedidos That transmits the orders.
3 to transmit, to conduct.
El cable transmite la electricidad The wire conducts electricity.
4 to be transmitted to.
Se me transmitió la enfermedad The disease was transmitted to me.
5 to carry, to carry the disease of.
Ese mosquito transmite la peste That mosquito carries the plague.
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transmitir
verbo transitivo
1 (gen) to transmit
2 RADIO TELEVISIÓN to broadcast
3 (enfermedad) to transmit, pass on
4 DERECHO to transfer, hand down
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verb
1) to transmit, broadcast
2) pass on
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1. VT
1) (Radio, TV) [+ señal, sonido] to transmit; [+ programa] to broadcast
2) [+ bienes, saludos, recados] to pass on
3) [+ enfermedad, gérmenes] to give, pass on
4) (Jur) to transfer (a to)
2.
VI (Radio, TV) to broadcast
3.
See:
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1.
verbo transitivo
1) (Rad, TV) <señal> to transmit; <programa> to broadcast
2)
a) <sonido/movimiento> to transmit
b) <enfermedad/tara> to transmit, pass on
c) (Der) to transfer
d) <lengua/costumbres> to transmit, pass on; <conocimientos> to pass on
e) <saludos/felicidades> to pass on
2.
transmitir vi (Rad, TV) to transmit
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= carry with it, communicate, convey, pass on, relay, transmit, transport, transmit + onward(s), air, beam, propagate, pass down, pass along, hand down.
Ex. On the other hand, adhering to one of the major schemes carries with it all of the disadvantages of that major scheme.
Ex. The contributions are input to the data base, then referred and any suggestion made by the referee are communicated through the data base to the editor.
Ex. Statistical and other numerical abstracts convey effectively certain types of economic, social and marketing data.
Ex. If ignored, the problems are only passed on to all the users of the catalog: the public, the reference department, the acquisitions department, and naturally the cataloging department.
Ex. Others used it as a backup for general notices that could not easily be relayed by telephone.
Ex. The system permits the requester to specify up to five potential lending libraries, and the system transmits the requests to these libraries one at a time.
Ex. And it takes little imagination to conceive of future combinations and developments to existing systems, not to speak of new and even more sophisticated means of storing, retrieving and transporting information.
Ex. It should eventually also be possible for the user to automatically transmit his/her request onwards whenever necessary to other libraries and information centres, or even to publishers or booksellers.
Ex. Because TV had very few channels the value of TV was very high so only things of very broad interest could be aired on those few channels.
Ex. Now, instructors can beam what they write on their whiteboards directly to students' laptops, in effect turning each laptop screen into a portable, interactive slateboard.
Ex. The update, once started, propagates through the database, respecting local integrity rules for each affected object.
Ex. The knowledge that has been passed down from generation to generation by sentient beings on this planet for aeons and aeons is quite impossible to fully comprehend.
Ex. If the head of reference services does not pass along the information to the staff the reference librarians, by being uninformed, will undoubtedly not make as good an impression on the important city managers.
Ex. A hunting guide while still in his teens, he learned his woodcraft first hand, absorbing lore handed down to him from his father.
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* facilidad de transmitir = communicability.
* que transmite información = information-bearing.
* transmitir Algo a Alguien = mediate + Nombre + to.
* transmitir de generación en generación = pass down from + generation to generation.
* transmitir información = convey + information.
* transmitir ininterrumpidamente = stream.
* transmitir por radio = radio.
* transmitir una señal = transmit + signal.
* transmitir un mensaje = convey + message.
* transmitir un significado = convey + meaning.
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1.
verbo transitivo
1) (Rad, TV) <señal> to transmit; <programa> to broadcast
2)
a) <sonido/movimiento> to transmit
b) <enfermedad/tara> to transmit, pass on
c) (Der) to transfer
d) <lengua/costumbres> to transmit, pass on; <conocimientos> to pass on
e) <saludos/felicidades> to pass on
2.
transmitir vi (Rad, TV) to transmit
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= carry with it, communicate, convey, pass on, relay, transmit, transport, transmit + onward(s), air, beam, propagate, pass down, pass along, hand down.

Ex: On the other hand, adhering to one of the major schemes carries with it all of the disadvantages of that major scheme.

Ex: The contributions are input to the data base, then referred and any suggestion made by the referee are communicated through the data base to the editor.
Ex: Statistical and other numerical abstracts convey effectively certain types of economic, social and marketing data.
Ex: If ignored, the problems are only passed on to all the users of the catalog: the public, the reference department, the acquisitions department, and naturally the cataloging department.
Ex: Others used it as a backup for general notices that could not easily be relayed by telephone.
Ex: The system permits the requester to specify up to five potential lending libraries, and the system transmits the requests to these libraries one at a time.
Ex: And it takes little imagination to conceive of future combinations and developments to existing systems, not to speak of new and even more sophisticated means of storing, retrieving and transporting information.
Ex: It should eventually also be possible for the user to automatically transmit his/her request onwards whenever necessary to other libraries and information centres, or even to publishers or booksellers.
Ex: Because TV had very few channels the value of TV was very high so only things of very broad interest could be aired on those few channels.
Ex: Now, instructors can beam what they write on their whiteboards directly to students' laptops, in effect turning each laptop screen into a portable, interactive slateboard.
Ex: The update, once started, propagates through the database, respecting local integrity rules for each affected object.
Ex: The knowledge that has been passed down from generation to generation by sentient beings on this planet for aeons and aeons is quite impossible to fully comprehend.
Ex: If the head of reference services does not pass along the information to the staff the reference librarians, by being uninformed, will undoubtedly not make as good an impression on the important city managers.
Ex: A hunting guide while still in his teens, he learned his woodcraft first hand, absorbing lore handed down to him from his father.
* facilidad de transmitir = communicability.
* que transmite información = information-bearing.
* transmitir Algo a Alguien = mediate + Nombre + to.
* transmitir de generación en generación = pass down from + generation to generation.
* transmitir información = convey + information.
* transmitir ininterrumpidamente = stream.
* transmitir por radio = radio.
* transmitir una señal = transmit + signal.
* transmitir un mensaje = convey + message.
* transmitir un significado = convey + meaning.

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transmitir [I1 ]
vt
A (Rad, TV) ‹señal› to transmit; ‹programa› to broadcast
B
1 ‹sonido/movimiento› to transmit
2 ‹enfermedad/tara› to transmit, pass on
3 (Der) to transfer
4 ‹lengua/costumbres› to transmit, pass on; ‹conocimientos› to pass on
5 ‹saludos/felicidades› to pass on
■ transmitir
vi
(Rad, TV) to transmit
transmitimos en 909 kilohercios para todo el país we broadcast to the whole country on 909 kilohertz
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transmitir (conjugate transmitir) verbo transitivo
1 (Rad, TV) ‹señalto transmit;
programato broadcast
2
a)sonido/movimientoto transmit

b)enfermedad/lengua/costumbresto transmit, pass on;

conocimientosto pass on
c)saludos/felicidadesto pass on

verbo intransitivo (Rad, TV) to transmit
transmitir verbo transitivo
1 to transmit, pass on: en el escenario no transmite nada, he doesn't communicate well on stage transmitir una orden, to give an order
2 (comunicar) me transmitieron la noticia por teléfono, I was informed of the news by phone
3 Rad TV to broadcast
4 (un virus, una enfermedad) to pass on: ese insecto transmite la fiebre amarilla, that insect trasmits yellow fever
5 Jur to transfer
'transmitir' also found in these entries:
Spanish:
apestar
- dar
- imprimir
- trasmitir
- comunicar
English:
beam
- broadcast
- convey
- hand down
- hand on
- impart
- pass down
- pass on
- propagate
- relay
- transmit
- air
- hand
- hook
- network
- pass
- put
- radio
- transfer
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transmitir, trasmitir
vt
1. [sonido, onda, movimiento] to transmit;
neuronas que transmiten mensajes sensoriales neurons that transmit sensory data
2. [por radio, ordenador] [señal, datos] to transmit, to send
3. [programa] to broadcast;
transmitir un programa en directo to broadcast a programme live
4. [mensaje, noticias, saludos] to pass on, to convey;
ésas fueron las palabras que le transmitió su hermano those were the words her brother conveyed to her
5. [enfermedad, bacteria, virus] to transmit;
[optimismo, pesimismo, energía] to convey, to communicate
6. [derechos, poderes] to transfer
See also the pronominal verb transmitirse, trasmitirse
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transmitir
v/t
1 enfermedad spread, transmit; noticia spread;
transmitir por herencia pass on in one’s genes
2 RAD, TV broadcast; señal transmit
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transmitir vt
1) : to transmit, to broadcast
2) : to pass on, to transfer
transmitir vi
: to transmit, to broadcast
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transmitir vb
1. (emitir) to broadcast [pt. & pp. broadcast]
veré el partido que transmiten por la tele I'm going to watch the match on TV
2. (contagiar) to transmit [pt. & pp. transmitted]
las ratas transmiten enfermedades rats transmit diseases

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