English translation of 'transmitir'
1. to transmit
2. (radio, telecommunications) to broadcast, transmit
3. (transferir) to transfer
4. (recado, notícia) to pass on
5. (aroma, som) to carry
transmitir-se reflexive verb
(doença) to be transmitted
transmitir algo a alguém (paz etc) to bring sb sth
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'transmitir' in Other Languages
British English: broadcast /ˈbrɔːdˌkɑːst/ VERB
To broadcast a programme means to send it out by radio waves, so that it can be heard on the radio or seen on television.
The concert will be broadcast live on television and radio.
The network also broadcasts in Europe.
- American English: broadcast
- Arabic: يُذيع
- Brazilian Portuguese: transmitir
- Chinese: 广播
- Croatian: emitirati
- Czech: vysílat
- Danish: sende
- Dutch: uitzenden radio, tv
- European Spanish: emitir
- Finnish: lähettää radiossa tai televisiossa
- French: diffuser
- German: übertragen
- Greek: εκπέμπω
- Italian: trasmettere
- Japanese: 放送する
- Korean: 방송하다
- Norwegian: kringkaste
- Polish: nadać
- European Portuguese: transmitir
- Romanian: a difuza
- Russian: транслировать
- Spanish: emitir
- Swedish: sända
- Thai: กระจายเสียง เผยแพร่
- Turkish: yayın yapmak
- Ukrainian: транслювати
- Vietnamese: phát sóng
British English: convey VERB
To convey information or feelings means to cause them to be known or understood by someone.
When I returned home, I tried to convey the wonder of this machine to my husband.
British English: transmit VERB
When radio and television programmes, computer data, or other electronic messages are transmitted, they are sent from one place to another, using wires, radio waves, or satellites.
The game was transmitted live.
Translation of transmitir from the Collins Portuguese to English Dictionary