Definition of disseminate in English:

disseminate

verb

[WITH OBJECT]
  • 1Spread (something, especially information) widely.

    ‘health authorities should foster good practice by disseminating information’
    • ‘I'm retired from the military, and know the value of sometimes disseminating false information to the enemy.’
    • ‘The refugees from Byzantium carried with them a wealth of books - just in time for them to be printed and disseminated throughout western Europe.’
    • ‘Much of the new investment in journalism today - much of the information revolution generally - is in disseminating the news, not in collecting it.’
    • ‘Many people in the sustainable agriculture community have been instrumental in publishing and disseminating factual information to counter these myths.’
    • ‘These were agreed at a national consensus conference and were subsequently widely disseminated throughout the country.’
    • ‘That's our job, is to disseminate information to the public.’
    • ‘Internet based media disseminate information and knowledge far more quickly than conventional media.’
    • ‘Next, such knowledge needs to be disseminated throughout the organization.’
    • ‘The alert quickly disseminates information to highway billboards, broadcasters and newspapers.’
    • ‘Some of those tapes were made four years ago, and some of those tapes have been clearly made for disseminating information.’
    • ‘Privacy is violated if data are collected or disseminated without participants' knowledge.’
    • ‘Instead of using technology to improve our lives and as a means to disseminate public information, it will be used to restrict our freedoms, and peer into our private lives.’
    • ‘Training programmes will enable the trainers to further disseminate the information to others in the community, creating a multiplier effect.’
    • ‘There is growing interest in the dissemination of research results and concern for how important messages can be most efficiently disseminated.’
    • ‘Websites are not only used to disseminate information and propaganda.’
    • ‘It also provides an opportunity for disseminating information and awareness about Indian handicraft to people of all ages.’
    • ‘This process provided a key link for ensuring that any required education or competency changes were made and disseminated.’
    • ‘As studies of organizational dynamics show, useful knowledge is not disseminated evenly throughout a business.’
    • ‘We sampled many more midwives than other health professionals because they provided most antenatal care and disseminated most of the leaflets.’
    • ‘We also made sure that this information was widely disseminated.’
    spread, circulate, distribute, disperse, diffuse, proclaim, promulgate, propagate, publicize, communicate, pass on, make known, put about
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    1. 1.1usually as adjective disseminated Spread throughout an organ or the body.
      ‘disseminated colonic cancer’
      • ‘However, some kind of pharmacological intervention is often considered as a last resort, particularly when cancer has already disseminated.’
      • ‘This tumor disseminated early and pursued a highly aggressive course.’
      • ‘The irregular topography of this bedding surface is covered by a thin veneer of micrite with limonite disseminated throughout.’
      • ‘The lymphatic system disseminates fluids and proteins throughout the body to prevent swelling.’
      • ‘This bacterium causes infections in the genital tract that may disseminate to organs.’
      • ‘They rarely cause invasive disease, but can invade and disseminate in immunocompromised patients.’
      • ‘The lymphoma is usually extensively disseminated at presentation.’
      • ‘Sulphide mineralization in these deposits tends to be disseminated throughout the body and is dominated by pyrrhotite and pentlandite phases.’
      • ‘When hemolyzed red blood cells are reinfused, disseminated intravascular coagulopathy can be triggered.’
      • ‘Patients who have severe comorbidity particularly renal insufficiency, hepatic failure, or disseminated malignancy have a poor prognosis.’
      • ‘The hepatic tumor had disseminated to the peritoneum, forming multiple nodules up to 9 cm in diameter.’
      • ‘Most metallic sulphides are amorphous and disseminated throughout the sinter, instead of forming distinct mineral phases.’
      • ‘As a result, disseminated and extra-pulmonary disease is more commonly seen.’
      • ‘In immunocompromised patients, disseminated fungal infections may produce nodular lesions.’
      • ‘The condition can disseminate throughout the respiratory tract and lead to pulmonary papillomatosis.’
      • ‘Acid is rapidly disseminated throughout the bronchial tree, producing a chemical pneumonitis within minutes.’
      • ‘In immunocompromised patients, disseminated herpes simplex virus infection must be considered.’
      • ‘The tumor disseminated early to the lungs, lymph nodes, bone marrow, and spleen and ran a fulminant course.’
      • ‘I felt a cold breeze surge through my entire body as I froze; it disseminated through me like a plague, burying deep in my soul.’
      • ‘A coagulation profile should be obtained to rule out disseminated intravascular coagulation.’

Origin

Late Middle English: from Latin disseminat- ‘scattered’, from the verb disseminare, from dis- ‘abroad’ + semen, semin- ‘seed’.

Pronunciation

disseminate

/dɪˈsɛmɪneɪt/