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acoustics (used with a pl. verb) the conditions of a physical space that determine its ability to transmit sound. [1/2 definitions]
bandwidth the range of radio frequencies required to transmit a certain type of signal.
beam to transmit or send (an electronic signal). [1/8 definitions]
broadcast to transmit over television or radio. [2/9 definitions]
cable to transmit a message by cablegram. [1/11 definitions]
carrier a person or animal that may transmit the organisms of a disease but in whom the symptoms do not appear. [2/6 definitions]
communicate to transmit to another, esp. a disease. [1/4 definitions]
conductance the ability of a conductor or medium to transmit electrical current. (Cf. resistance.)
fax to transmit (a printed document, picture, or the like) to be electronically duplicated at another location. [1/4 definitions]
f-number the relative aperture of a camera lens, representing the light it will transmit, which is obtained by dividing the focal length of the lens by the diameter of the aperture.
heliograph to transmit using a heliograph. [1/2 definitions]
impart to give all or a part of; bestow or transmit. [1/2 definitions]
impeller a rotor used to transmit forward motion, as to a gas or liquid. [1/2 definitions]
incommunicado not permitted to transmit or receive messages.
Landsat any of several U.S. satellites that gather and transmit data about the earth (acronym for "land satellite").
linkage in a machine, a series of rods that are connected to transmit motion. [1/2 definitions]
lygus bug any of a variety of plant-sucking bugs that may transmit plant viruses.
mouthpiece a part or extension of any apparatus, used in connection with the mouth, to transmit air, speech, sound, or the like. [1/4 definitions]
multiplex to transmit (more than one communication) simultaneously on the same channel, equipment, or the like. [2/5 definitions]
narrowcast to transmit (a program), esp. by cable television, to a limited or specialized audience. [1/2 definitions]
olfactory nerve either of the first pair of cranial nerves that transmit nerve impulses from the mucous membrane in the nose to the forebrain.