Twenty six dollars a day prevents the transmission of HIV from mother to child.
Over the past 30 years, the United States has cut its transmission loss rate from 9% to 6%.
Respondents also reported “the scientific understanding of transmission of violence was the most valuable thing they learned.”
But the whiff of commerce is easily detected in transmission: LA as well.
In many areas, utilities have a monopoly on the transmission and distribution of electricity.
The importance of the music is indicated by the transmission of the composer's name in all extant didascaliae, esp.
In the zany we see an example of creation; in the humorist, of transmission.
"A case of the transmission of the original sin, I suppose," answered the Doctor, as she retired through the door.
The will-power is the same, but the mechanical contrivances for its transmission are wanting.
The present system merely leads to the transmission of the sterile art of passing examinations.
1610s, "conveyance from one place to another," from Latin transmissionem (nominative transmissio) "a sending over or across, passage," from transmissus, past participle of transmittere "send over or across" (see transmit). Meaning "part of a motor vehicle that regulates power from the engine to the axle" is first recorded 1894.
transmission trans·mis·sion (trāns-mĭsh'ən, trānz-)
The conveyance of disease from one person to another.
The passage of a nerve impulse across synapses or at myoneural junctions.