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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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Currently electrical components in wind turbines require multiple switches to convert the wind energy to transmittable power.
Neither people in Taiwan nor the world can afford allowing a replay of this disaster, whether it involves a mutant H5N1 virus that is easily transmittable between humans or some other newly emergent pathogen.
China also will focus on controlling and managing transmittable diseases such as hepatitis A and encephalitis by including vaccines for 15 common transmittable diseases in the free immunization program.
ca/medeffect) has been updated to accept online transmittable reports of suspected adverse reactions (ARs) to health products marketed in Canada.
There are fears that workers could act as a "mixing vessel" for human and animal flu viruses, which could give rise to a virus that is easily transmittable.
Indeed, a primary-school textbook describes HIV only as being transmittable ''through blood and other means.
But the Government is drawing up urgent plans amid growing fears that the virus will mutate and be transmittable between humans.
Some experts fear that today's avian flu is transmittable when people pack together in subways, stadiums, and similar places.
2% of respondents believed that SARS is transmittable through aerosols (Table 3).
Other transmittable diseases include anthrax, affecting bison and livestock; rabies; whirling disease (present in trout in Yellowstone); and chronic wasting disease, which affects western deer and elk, bearing similarities to mad cow disease.
While such legibly Japanese concerns may at first appear pitched to a foreign audience, their very expectedness may be part of what artists based in Japan are concerned to work through, perhaps especially when art is conceived as a lived process rather than something to produce a transportable or transmittable finished image.
In the last decade, they have had to integrate immigrants with different health issues, educate their citizens on sexually transmittable diseases (STDs) and keep water and food supplies safe.
Several conditions and factors must occur for Legionella to cause disease; sufficient quantity of the bacteria, a virulent form of the bacteria, or both must be made transmittable to a susceptible host.
The 900 MHz radio frequency is transmittable from 500 feet to 15 miles and may be used for up to 125 individual transmissions (1 per tank) simultaneously.