“Source cases” with very high HIV viral loads were six times more likely to transmit HIV to health-care workers.
In many rural precincts, poor cellphone coverage made it difficult or impossible for Romney forces to transmit information.
If we let them mix with the rest of the public, they can transmit the virus to the rest of the population.
Up until that point you could only transmit dots and dashes, Morse Code, through radio.
A mother in her forties wrote that she had long-standing problems which she was desperate not to transmit to her daughter.
Very well, transmit, came the answer; but once more the curious ending of the other wireless man struck him forcibly.
Novels develop and transmit the ideal; clubs are the tribunal of it.
Of course she cannot perpetuate or transmit such rights—if rights they can be called.
A princess could not be allowed to transmit any of it away from the possessor of the throne.
And in turn he was to transmit the order to the fellow who succeeded him.
transmit trans·mit (trāns-mĭt', trānz-)
v. trans·mit·ted, trans·mit·ting, trans·mits
To send from one person, thing, or place to another; convey.
To cause to spread; pass on.
To impart or convey to others by heredity or inheritance; hand down.