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What is another word for transmit?

393 synonyms found

Pronunciation:

[t_ɹ_a_n_s_m_ˈɪ_t], [tɹansmˈɪt], [tɹansmˈɪt]
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Synonyms for Transmit:

carry (verb) Other synonyms and related words:

Common misspellings for Transmit:

  • transmison,
  • transivity,
  • tranisum,
  • transrate,
  • transormed,
  • transmitte,
  • transist,
  • trasmitter,
  • transmittng,
  • transitoty,
  • tranist,
  • transpot,
  • transmitt,
  • transameric,
  • transum,
  • transort,
  • trasmit,
  • transmiited,
  • transent,
  • trainsent,
  • transmited,
  • transmiter,
  • transimitter,
  • transmissed,
  • trancipt,
  • transmisson,
  • transcirpt,
  • transity,
  • tranzit,
  • transate,
  • transimited,
  • transmital,
  • transmittor,
  • transder,
  • trensetter,
  • transmitate,
  • tranmitter,
  • transmitts,
  • transfat,
  • transcipt,
  • trasnmitter,
  • transam,
  • transfet,
  • trnsmit,
  • transimit,
  • trnsit,
  • trnasmit,
  • trainsit,
  • transet,
  • translat,
  • transite,
  • translait,
  • transmisin,
  • transiet,
  • tranmit,
  • transorming,
  • transmite,
  • transte,
  • transliter,
  • transcet,
  • transmet,
  • tansmited,
  • transmeted,
  • transmitied,
  • transmittde.

Rhymes for Transmit:

  1. kit, grit, whit, quit, brit, skit, spit, lit, slit, bit, hit, mit, flit, britt, knit, writ, get, mitt, split, fit, nit, chit, schmidt, pit, pitt, wit, sit;
  2. omit, emit, acquit, admit, unfit, submit, legit, befit, commit, lafitte, permit, remit;
  3. resubmit;

Quotes for Transmit:

  1. Universities exist to transmit knowledge and understanding of ideas and values to students not to provide entertainment for spectators or employment for athletes. Milton Friedman.
  2. Though the artist must remain master of his craft, the surface, at times raised to the highest pitch of loveliness, should transmit to the beholder the sensation which possessed the artist. Alfred Sisley.
  3. I like actors that are good with pantomime and that can transmit a lot by their presence and attitude more than through their dialogue. Guillermo del Toro.

Idioms of Transmit:

  1. transmit sth ( from sm place) ( to sm place);
  2. transmit sth to sm or sth;
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