[ US /tɹænzˈmɪtəbəɫ/ ]
[ UK /tɹænsmˈɪtəbə‍l/ ]
  1. (of disease) capable of being transmitted by infection
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How To Use transmittable In A Sentence

  • Using more than one condom enhances the chances that a sexually transmittable infection or disease will be ...transmitted.
  • MTC is primarily a study of the properties of a channel of communication and of codes that can efficiently encipher data into recordable and transmittable signals. Semantic Conceptions of Information
  • The fear is that human and bird flu virus could mix in pigs and form a strain more easily transmittable to humans.
  • If a player is bleeding, there is a danger that the opponent might catch a transmittable disease.
  • My beliefs are mutable and transmittable and who I am is constantly changing.
  • Eighty percent of ARAS'clients test positive for the more easily transmittable Hepatitis C, so it's obvious they share injecting equipment, including the water vials in which they dissolve heroine.
  • We need to tackle the threat, not least to our security, posed by transmittable diseases.
  • Moreover, the great majority of all protozoa, filariae, bacteria, and viruses are not dangerous for human consumption, because they are not transmittable to humans, i.e., they are simply excreted when consumed.16 Their greatest drawback is that they do reduce the quality of the meat. Modern Science in the Bible
  • This disease is what is transmittable before it becomes symptomatic.
  • Nurses were also demanding that the government recognise the risks their job entails, handling blood and sharp objects and treating patients suffering from transmittable diseases.
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