transmissibility

transmissible

[trans-mis-uh-buhl, tranz-]
adjective
capable of being transmitted.

Origin:
1635–45; < Latin trānsmiss(us) (see transmission) + -ible

transmissibility, noun
untransmissible, adjective
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transmission (trænzˈmɪʃən)
 
n
1.  the act or process of transmitting
2.  something that is transmitted
3.  the extent to which a body or medium transmits light, sound, or some other form of energy
4.  the transference of motive force or power
5.  a system of shafts, gears, torque converters, etc, that transmits power, esp the arrangement of such parts that transmits the power of the engine to the driving wheels of a motor vehicle
6.  the act or process of sending a message, picture, or other information from one location to one or more other locations by means of radio waves, electrical signals, light signals, etc
7.  a radio or television broadcast
 
[C17: from Latin transmissiō a sending across; see transmit]
 
trans'missible
 
adj
 
transmissi'bility
 
n
 
trans'missive
 
adj
 
trans'missively
 
adv
 
trans'missiveness
 
n

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transmissible trans·mis·si·ble (trāns-mĭs'ə-bəl, trānz-)
adj.
Capable of being conveyed from one person to another.

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