At the Dream house, there are no contests, relay races or bug-eating challenges.
Which means he can relay a message in ways my father never could.
So what did some of the smartest people in the country tell Schmidt to relay to Obama?
Teams generally race in a relay format with one racer always on the road.
When asked how she feels about paving the way for abortion education on the Internet, Steinauer was quick to relay her enthusiasm.
As Dan figured it out, the boy Jacques undoubtedly had been assigned to relay the information to a member of the gang.
It was during a relay that Porthos ventured to interrogate Aramis discreetly.
And fortunately the relay was in its place again, and clicking, within the prescribed time.
She's just out o' San Francisco, so she can relay a message, I guess.
Just as the clock reached zero, a relay closed behind the instrument panel.
late 14c., "hounds placed along a line of chase," from Middle French relai "reserve pack of hounds or other animals" (13c.), from Old French relaier "to exchange tired animals for fresh," literally "leave behind," from re- "back" (see re-) + laier "to leave" (see delay (v.)). The etymological sense is "to leave (dogs) behind (in order to take fresh ones)." Of horses, 1650s. Electromagnetic sense first recorded 1860. As a type of foot-race, it is attested from 1898.
c.1400, "to set a pack of (fresh) hounds after a quarry;" also "change horses," from Old French relaiier, from relai (see relay (n.)). Related: Relayed; relaying.