Definition of dissemination in English:


Line breaks: dis|sem¦in|ation
Pronunciation: /dɪˌsɛmɪˈneɪʃn


[mass noun]
The act of spreading something, especially information, widely; circulation: dissemination of public information
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  • Scant regard is paid to the manifesto and its dissemination among the general public nowadays.
  • One growing concern is dissemination of public information on projects and facilities.
  • When the main tamoxifen trials were published in 1983, dissemination into practice took about five years.
spreading, circulation, distribution, dispersal, diffusion; proclamation, promulgation, propagation, publicizing, communication, passing on, making known, putting about; dissipation, scattering; broadcasting, relaying, transmission, putting on the air/airwaves, publishing, publication

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