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Definition of "transmissive" [trans•mis•sive]

  • Of, or relating to the transmission of something (adjective)
  • Of, or relating to transmissivity of a material (adjective)

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Use "transmissive" in a sentence
  • "But "phonetic spelling" aside, phonemic reading is inevitable, even if only as a kind of transmissive static in the scriptive network — and can sometimes be recruited for rhetorical rather than informational results."
  • "LCD is a "transmissive" display, meaning they do not generate their own light and need a separate illumination source, or backlight."
  • "System impacts tend to resonate based on magnitude of event, and resonant and coupling qualities such as transmissive capacity and resistance v. forcing and bias."
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