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transmit something (from some place) (to some place)

to send or dispatch something from one place to another. Can you transmit a fax from your hotel to your office? I can transmit it to any place in the world.

transmit something to someone or something

to send or dispatch something to someone or something. Please transmit this message to Rachel. I will transmit the message to my office.
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Thus, institutions should create and store personal data only where they must and transmit it on a strict need-to-know basis--first obtaining contractual safeguards from the receiving party about their handling of the information and putting in place internal processes to help protect it.
Because mosquitoes transmit a wide range of arbovirus doses, we injected mice with 2 doses that represented the range of VEEV transmitted in vivo.
In an experiment via the INMARSAT satellite communication service, OKI used the RS-M to encode video taken with a small digital camcorder in MPEG-4 format and transmit it to a fixed satellite using the INMARSAT M4 satellite phone system, received video at a ground base station and delivered it to a client PC via the Internet.
Most so-called spectrally selective films transmit no more than 58% of visible light.
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Until ATA/ATAPI-3, or Ultra ATA 33, the ATA interface used a 40-wire cable to transmit data, of which only seven signals were ground.
Because the professional time needed to respond to most notices is a half-hour or more and an administrator's time to transmit and track the return through the e-filing process is 15 minutes, this is a significant benefit.
By steadily monitoring pacemaker activity, doctors will be able to quickly determine when board members have expired, and can immediately transmit this data to the relevant authorities.
Frequency/Channel (n) A four-digit number (in kilohertz) which represents the signal used to transmit your program.
In a survey of internal auditors of 60 United States companies that transmit a great deal of data, 85% of the respondents said they were moderately to heavily involved in supporting the data processing function, but 55% had little or no involvement in auditing the telecommunication of data (see exhibit 1, page 68).
The TriQuint TQM6M5001 is a breakthrough product offering all-in-one RF transmit functions with full GMSK (Gaussian minimum shift keying) and EDGE linear capabilities, combining a quad-band EDGE power amplifier (PA), a transmit (Tx) / receive (Rx) switch, plus PA and switch control along with ESD (electro static discharge) protection - all in a form factor no larger than TriQuint's present GSM / GPRS transmit module family.
If direct contact transmits the cancer between devils, she says, the most effective strategy to control the disease may be to quarantine infected animals.
Equally important, most lesbians (53%-99%) have had sex with men, and many (21%-30%) continue to do so (11); they may acquire viral STIs from men and subsequently transmit them to female partners.
With IP Multicast, a host can transmit data to a large number of receivers that specifically request to receive that data.
The lizard, the most popular reptile pet in the United States, can transmit salmonella, and the incidence of iguana-associated salmonella is rising in the U.