transmittal[ trans-mit-l, tranz- ]SEE DEFINITION OF transmittal
Synonyms for transmittal
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR TRANSMITTAL
The letter of transmittal explains the purpose of the remittance.
Pending the transmittal of my Budget Message, I shall mention here only a few points about our budgetary situation.
Now, what occasioned your sending this transmittal slip to the American Embassy and the attachment?
That might have been my transmittal—no, it doesn't show here.
I will hand you Commission Exhibit No. 1025, and ask you if that is your transmittal letter with the statements attached.
It is probably on the transmittal to the chief of the Dallas office.
I wonder, Mr. Chairman, whether we should not have that transmittal letter; it seems to be pertinent to the case.
In this exceptional case a letter of transmittal is written setting forth the views of the superintendent.
On every theory of the relation of the races this transmittal of civilization was not only allowable, but a sacred duty.
Without the transmittal of ideas from one generation to another, intellectual progress is impossible.