Meaning of TRANSMISSION in English

TRANSMISSION

noun

1 sending out/passing on

ADJECTIVE

▪ direct , indirect

▪ onward ( BrE )

An extra copy of each document was supplied for onward ~ to head office.

▪ data , information , voice

▪ facsimile , fax

▪ light , power

▪ money ( esp. BrE )

▪ cable , radio , satellite , television

▪ analogue/analog , digital , electronic , wireless

▪ live , simultaneous

There will be simultaneous ~ of the concert on TV and radio.

▪ genetic , oral , sexual

▪ human-to-human , mother-to-child , person-to-person

▪ disease , HIV , malaria , STD

▪ cultural

VERB + TRANSMISSION

▪ prevent

▪ reduce

▪ facilitate

▪ block

TRANSMISSION + NOUN

▪ equipment , technology

▪ belt ( figurative ), mechanism , network , system

The associations serve as ~ belts for party policy.

▪ route

The virus's usual ~ route is by sneezing.

PREPOSITION

▪ ~ among

HIV ~ among homosexual men

▪ ~ between

~ between patients

▪ ~ by

~ by satellite

▪ ~ from , ~ of

the ~ of knowledge

▪ ~ to

~ from one aircraft to another

▪ ~ through

HIV ~ through blood transfusion

PHRASES

▪ a mode of ~ , a risk of ~

There is a risk of ~ of the virus between hypodermic users.

2 TV/radio show

ADJECTIVE

▪ radio , television , TV

▪ live , satellite

▪ test

VERB + TRANSMISSION

▪ receive

PREPOSITION

▪ ~ from

a live ~ from Sydney

3 in a car, etc.

ADJECTIVE

▪ automatic , manual

▪ 4-speed , 5-speed , etc.

TRANSMISSION + NOUN

▪ system

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