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trāns-mittō (trām-) mīsī, missus, ere,

to send across, carry over, convey through, bring across, send off, despatch, transmit, let pass: exercitus equitatusque celeriter transmittitur (i. e. trans flumen), Cs.: cohortem in Britanniam, Ta.: classem in Euboeam ad urbem, L.: transmissum per viam tigillum, thrown across, L.: per medium amnem equum, rides, L.: exercitum per finīs suos, suffer to pass, L.—To pass over, go across, cross over, cross, pass, go through, traverse: ab eo loco conscendi, ut transmitterem: a Leucopetrā profectus (inde enim tramittebam), etc.: in Sardiniam, L.: Cyprum, Cu.: quantum Funda potest transmittere, i. e. can send its bullet, O.: in Ebusum insulam transmissum est, L.: grues cum maria transmittant: satis constante famā iam Iberum Poenos tramisisse, L.: cursu campos (cervi), run through, V.: duo sinūs fuerunt, quos tramitti oporteret: utrumque pedibus aequis tramisimus.—Fig., to carry over, transfer: in Italiam bellum, L.—To hand over, transmit, intrust, commit: dubitare, quin huic hoc bellum transmittendum sit? should be intrusted: omne meum tempus amicorum temporibus transmittendum putavi, should be devoted. —To let go, pass by, pass over: Gangen amnem et quae ultra essent, Cu.

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