Synonyms of 'transmission'
the sending or passing of something, such as a message or disease from one place or person to anotherthe transmission of knowledge and skills
Arrange for the transfer of medical records to your new doctor.
The greatest hope for reform is the gradual spread of information.
Treatment involves the communication of information.
measures inhibiting the circulation of useful information
dispatch, , , ,
The parcel is ready for dispatch.
the development and diffusion of ideas
the dissemination of scientific ideas
the conveyance of bicycles on local trains
the sending or passing of something, such as a message or disease from one place or person to anotherThe transmission of the programme was brought forward.
putting out, ,
something that is transmitted, esp. a radio or television broadcastA webcast is a transmission using the internet.
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in the sense of broadcast
a transmission or programme on radio or televisiona broadcast on the national radio
in the sense of circulation
the distribution of newspapers or magazinesmeasures inhibiting the circulation of useful information
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