transmissible

[trans-mis-uh-buh l, tranz-]

Origin of transmissible

1635–45; < Latin trānsmiss(us) (see transmission) + -ible
Related formstrans·mis·si·bil·i·ty, nounun·trans·mis·si·ble, adjective
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transmissible

adj.

1640s, from Latin transmiss-, stem of transmittere (see transmit) + -ible.

Online Etymology Dictionary, © 2010 Douglas Harper

transmissibility in Medicine

transmissible

[trăns-mĭsə-bəl, trănz-]
adj.
  1. Capable of being conveyed from one person to another.
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