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retransmit

(ˌriːtrænzˈmɪt)
vb (tr) , -mits, -mitting or -mitted
(Telecommunications) to transmit again
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retransmit


Past participle: retransmitted
Gerund: retransmitting

Imperative
retransmit
retransmit
Present
I retransmit
you retransmit
he/she/it retransmits
we retransmit
you retransmit
they retransmit
Preterite
I retransmitted
you retransmitted
he/she/it retransmitted
we retransmitted
you retransmitted
they retransmitted
Present Continuous
I am retransmitting
you are retransmitting
he/she/it is retransmitting
we are retransmitting
you are retransmitting
they are retransmitting
Present Perfect
I have retransmitted
you have retransmitted
he/she/it has retransmitted
we have retransmitted
you have retransmitted
they have retransmitted
Past Continuous
I was retransmitting
you were retransmitting
he/she/it was retransmitting
we were retransmitting
you were retransmitting
they were retransmitting
Past Perfect
I had retransmitted
you had retransmitted
he/she/it had retransmitted
we had retransmitted
you had retransmitted
they had retransmitted
Future
I will retransmit
you will retransmit
he/she/it will retransmit
we will retransmit
you will retransmit
they will retransmit
Future Perfect
I will have retransmitted
you will have retransmitted
he/she/it will have retransmitted
we will have retransmitted
you will have retransmitted
they will have retransmitted
Future Continuous
I will be retransmitting
you will be retransmitting
he/she/it will be retransmitting
we will be retransmitting
you will be retransmitting
they will be retransmitting
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been retransmitting
you have been retransmitting
he/she/it has been retransmitting
we have been retransmitting
you have been retransmitting
they have been retransmitting
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been retransmitting
you will have been retransmitting
he/she/it will have been retransmitting
we will have been retransmitting
you will have been retransmitting
they will have been retransmitting
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been retransmitting
you had been retransmitting
he/she/it had been retransmitting
we had been retransmitting
you had been retransmitting
they had been retransmitting
Conditional
I would retransmit
you would retransmit
he/she/it would retransmit
we would retransmit
you would retransmit
they would retransmit
Past Conditional
I would have retransmitted
you would have retransmitted
he/she/it would have retransmitted
we would have retransmitted
you would have retransmitted
they would have retransmitted
Collins English Verb Tables © HarperCollins Publishers 2011
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.retransmit - transmit again
channel, transmit, carry, impart, conduct, convey - transmit or serve as the medium for transmission; "Sound carries well over water"; "The airwaves carry the sound"; "Many metals conduct heat"
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Translations

retransmit

[ˈriːtrænzˈmɪt] VTretransmitir
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retransmit

vtweiterübertragen
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(69) Although the local broadcast stations that initially aired United's works possessed licenses, Fortnightly did not possess a license authorizing it to retransmit the works.
consideration for permission to retransmit the station's signal.
Broadcasters contend that Aereo, a 2-year-old company that retransmits over-the-air-broadcast television to its paying customers using thousands of dime-sized antennas, is violating U.S.
(6) No matter what the current state is, if a node finds some nodes to retransmit the lost I Frame packets, it needs to change its state to the minimum state immediately.
The way the digital landscape is changing - such as the ability to instantly retransmit content online with very little degradation of signal and to download copies of movies, TV shows and music - has created a new headache for copyright owners.
One issue with TCP is that data loss (packet loss) can occur in low-quality communications environments, resulting in significant drops in transmission performance (reduced throughput and higher latency) due to increased latency from having to retransmit data.
Also note that the simulator uses a "Store and Forward" mechanism to send the data across the network, where each intermediate node saves all the incoming data and retransmit them to the next node.
Unless the broadcaster has elected must-carry status, a video provider must obtain the broadcaster's consent to retransmit its signal.
Akylbek Sariev said only 2-3 television channels can comply with this provision - Pyramid, NBT and NTS - as they retransmit programs of Russian media.
SACK keeps slow- start and fast- retransmit parts of TCP Reno.
Cablevision is willing to enter into a one-year agreement with News Corp to retransmit the three stations presently blacked out to Cablevision subscribers at the same rates Time Warner Cable presently pays.