transmit to

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.
See also: transmit
References in classic literature ?
We have seen that it is the common, the widely-diffused, and widely-ranging species, belonging to the larger genera, which vary most; and these will tend to transmit to their modified offspring that superiority which now makes them dominant in their own countries.
His father had had none to transmit to him; but honor and conscience he did have and these were to trouble him many times as they battled with his inherent love of freedom for possession of his soul.
EFFECTIVE JULY 1, VIRGINIA higher education institutions have been required to electronically transmit to Virginia state police the following on each accepted applicant: name; Social Security "or other identifying number"; date of birth; and gender.
In several studies describing enhancement of arboviral infection by mosquito transmission, multiple mosquitoes were allowed to feed and transmit to 1 vertebrate (19-21), or salivary gland extracts from many mosquitoes were injected with virus (20,22).
From there, a terrestrial circuit was used to transmit to the production studio in Los Angeles, enabling the crew to transmit and receive data, voice and e-mail continuously.
Of course, we are mainly concerned with infections or infestations that hedgehogs can transmit to humans, but we also noted that the inverse can be true, and humans can be a source of infection in pet hedgehogs.
NBC announced on June 27, 1996, that their exclusive broadcast of the 1996 Summer Olympics will use Intercast technology to transmit to personal computers information on backgrounds of athletes, statistics, event results, rules and regulations and to allow PC users to participate in interactive activities.