1. to transmit
English word "transmitir"(to transmit) occurs in sets:Fichas del libro - "A Compilation of the Messages ...Basic verbs - Verbos básicos
A smile may convey understanding, joy, or an appreciation of humor.
I really like "Auguries of Innocence" - a poem by William Blake. It conveys a very important message.
convey sb's anger
What two things does he say radio actors use to convey feelings?
The photographs convey a new view of the problem
I tried to convey in my speech how grateful we all were for his help.
Could you think of a more formal way of conveying the same meaning?
If you convey to a woman that something ought to be done, there is always a dreadful danger that she will suddenly do it.
the intrinsic lesson that we hope to convey
Mark’s eyes clearly conveyed his disappointment. We did not convey any serious messages.
conveying brand’s main attributes
That is the message our leaders should convey to Moscow loudly and clearly.
I should like to convey their concern about Iran's nuclear programme.
Aunt Alexandra managed to smile to Cousin Lily that conveyed a gentle apology to her
No ensemble can convey a composer's intent more forcefully than an orchestra.
English word "transmitir"(convey) occurs in sets:Fichas del libro - "Quotes and Images From Memoirs...