Definition of transmittable in English:



See transmit

‘This disease is what is transmittable before it becomes symptomatic.’
  • ‘The fear is that human and bird flu virus could mix in pigs and form a strain more easily transmittable to humans.’
  • ‘We need to tackle the threat, not least to our security, posed by transmittable diseases.’
  • ‘If a player is bleeding, there is a danger that the opponent might catch a transmittable disease.’
  • ‘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.’



/tranzˈmidəbəl/ /trænzˈmɪdəbəl/ /tran(t)sˈmidəbəl/ /træn(t)sˈmɪdəbəl/