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propagation

[‚präp·ə′gā·shən]
(physics)

propagation

The transmission (spreading) of signals from one place to another.
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To see how the waves propagate along the metasurface, the researchers used a state-of the-art infrared nanoimaging technique that was pioneered by the nanoptics group at nanoGUNE.
Yes, now is the perfect time to propagate some of your favourite perennials from roots.
Peg down runners on strawberry plants you want to propagate ?
Propagate African violets by inserting leaf cuttings.
QUETTA, August 22, 2011 (Balochistan Times): The leaders of Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N), Youth Wing, Balochistan have said that there are few opportunists, who are trying to propagate against the senior vice president of PML-N Youth Wing, Jehangir Kharoti.
QUETTA, August 22, 2011 (Frontier Star): The leaders of Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N), Youth Wing, Balochistan have said that there are few opportunists, who are trying to propagate against the senior vice president of PML-N Youth Wing, Jehangir Kharoti.
This is the day where thousands of people come here to commemorate the day of Sankranti and this is the day where all the Buddhists come together to propagate Buddhism," he added.
1 : to have or cause to have offspring : multiply <You can propagate apple trees from seed.
According to a paper published in Science, iron-rich material in part of the lower mantle, which extends from 660 to 2,900 kilometres below the Earth's surface, has unusual characteristics that make sound waves propagate through it more slowly than previous work had shown.
Answer: "Everyone" is not telling the truth, and the lies that we propagate in the industry are the source of much confusion about differential pairs and differential signals.
Propagate plants in the season opposite their bloom season.
Do you know the name of this fig and how I would propagate it?