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dis·sem·i·nate / diˈseməˌnāt/ • v. [tr.] spread or disperse (something, esp. information) widely: health authorities should foster good practice by disseminating information. ∎  [usu. as adj.] (disseminated) spread throughout an organ or the body: disseminated colonic cancer. DERIVATIVES: dis·sem·i·na·tion / -ˌseməˈnāshən/ n. dis·sem·i·na·tor / -ˌnātər/ n.

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disseminate

disseminate XVII. f. pp. stem of L. dissēmināre, f. DIS- 1 + sēmen, sēmin- SEED; see -ATE 3.
So dissemination XVII. — L.

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disseminate

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