Translation of "transmettre" to English

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Dictionary translations for "transmettre"

transmettre verb Conjugation Listen
transmets / transmis / transmis
transmit [trænzˈmɪt] (physique, information) Listen
Nous devons transmettre notre culture à la prochaine génération.
We have to transmit our culture to the next generation.
forward [ˈfɔ:wəd] (service des postes) Listen
On m'a demandé de vous transmettre ce message.
I've been asked to forward this message to you.
hand down (tradition)
Nous devons transmettre notre art à la postérité.
We must hand down our craft to posterity.
pass on (nouvelles)
Ils furent incapables de transmettre cette tradition à la génération suivante.
They weren't able to pass on that tradition unto the next generation.
hand on (objets)
communicate [kəˈmju:nɪkeɪt] (médecine) Listen
pass down (adresse)
broadcast [ˈbrɔ:dkɑ:st] (télévision) Listen
transfer [træn(t)s'fɜː] (jurisprudence) Listen
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Phrases with "transmettre" (7)

  1. se transmettre - be passed on
  2. se transmettre par télex - send by telex
  3. transmettre par télex - send by telex
  4. se transmettre demande - forward request
  5. se transmettre lettre - forward letter
  6. transmettre demande - forward request
  7. transmettre lettre - forward letter

Contexts with "transmettre"

On m'a demandé de vous transmettre ce message. I've been asked to forward this message to you.
Nous devons transmettre notre culture à la prochaine génération. We have to transmit our culture to the next generation.
Nous devons transmettre notre art à la postérité. We must hand down our craft to posterity.
Ils furent incapables de transmettre cette tradition à la génération suivante. They weren't able to pass on that tradition unto the next generation.
En effet, il est plus beau d’éclairer que de briller seulement ; de même est-il plus beau de transmettre aux autres ce qu’on a contemplé que de contempler seulement. Just as it is better to illuminate than merely to shine, so to pass on what one has contemplated is better than merely to contemplate.
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