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verb as in pass on, transmit

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When dopamine docks, those receptors relay the “feel good” signal from the last cell to this new one.

The Floatride Energy Foam also gives the shoes a soft step-in feel for a smoother ride, whether it be for a relay, a 5K, or a special race day.

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Protheroe relayed her concerns to the IRS, which fixed many glitches and started sending out debit cards that can be used without a bank account.

In this way, electrical chatter between neurons is relayed to the nucleus, suggesting that neural activity — driven by a behavior — could attach the dopamine epigenetic marker to genes responsible for drug-seeking behavior.

It was the first time Thor had opened up about his accident to someone outside of his own family, who only found out about it when they saw it relayed on the local news.

“Mahfouz was relaying the oppression of Amina and her daughters as it existed,” she has said.

When Dmitri visited, he would act as a megaphone, relaying to his mother what her ears could not catch of my Kiwi accent.

Perhaps that was the inspiration for the plan Justice was now relaying to UCE 48.

I went back to the house and found the servant clearing away a meal and relaying the table for me.

The captain waved acknowledgment from behind the glass, and Raoul heard him ring a bell relaying his orders belowdecks.

Relaying regularly, we gradually mounted six hundred feet over neve and massive sastrugi.

The sledge-meter showed only two miles one thousand one hundred yards for the afternoon, relaying having been necessary.

He succeeded at last in getting a message through to the national capital, relaying to the immense radio station at Arlington.


On this page you'll find 20 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to relaying, such as: hand over, deliver, communicate, send, broadcast, and turn over.

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