“Mahfouz was relaying the oppression of Amina and her daughters as it existed,” she has said.
Perhaps that was the inspiration for the plan Justice was now relaying to UCE 48.
When Dmitri visited, he would act as a megaphone, relaying to his mother what her ears could not catch of my Kiwi accent.
How intolerably hot it was, on some of these days, relaying the stuff up the glacier!
Heaven only knows what eavesdropping and relaying he has done.
The alarm stopped, and Judith's cool voice was relaying information.
I was all for our dressing up as foreigners, and relaying an asphalte street.
relaying regularly, we gradually mounted six hundred feet over neve and massive sastrugi.
From what I remember of the masts, it looked as if they were relaying it somewhere else again.
These men, at their microphones, were relaying meteor and weather information to all parts of the solar system.
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.