Definition of Dissemination:
Broadcast of an idea or message on a large scale to make it reach a wide audience.
Synonyms of Dissemination
Airing, Attenuation, Bandying, Book, Broadcast, Broadcasting, Bruiting, Bruiting about, Circulation, Circumfusion, Communication, Conduction, Contagion, Convection, Delivery, Deportation, Diapedesis, Diffraction, Diffusion, Dilution, Dispensation, Dispersal, Dispersion, Display, Dissipation, Distribution, Divergence, Evaporation, Evulgation, Expansion, Export, Exportation, Expulsion, Extradition, Fragmentation, Import, Importation, Insemination, Interchange, Issuance, Issue, Metastasis, Metathesis, Metempsychosis, Migration, Mutual transfer, Osmosis, Passage, Passing over, Peppering, Perfusion, Periodical, Planting, Printing, Promulgation, Propagation, Publication, Publishing, Radiation, Reforestation, Resetting, Retimbering, Scattering, Scatterment, Seeding, Semination, Setting, Shotgun pattern, Sowing, Spattering, Splay, Spread, Spreading, Spreading abroad, Sprinkling, Strewing, Telecasting, Transduction, Transfer, Transfer of property, Transference, Transfusion, Transit, Transition, Translation, Translocation, Transmigration, Transmigration of souls, Transmission, Transmittal, Transmittance, Transplacement, Transplantation, Transposal, Transposition, Travel, Ventilation, Volatilization
How to use Dissemination in a sentence?
- Jesus had dissemination s throughout all of Egypt and had many followers because of the spreading of the new gospel as Jesus being the son of God.
- The company relied on the large scale dissemination of its products image on a television program to increase sales and revenue.
- The invention of the television allowed for a new method of dissemination of information similar to the way the printing press allowed for more people to read information.
Meaning of Dissemination & Dissemination Definition