[ verb ] pass along
"Please relay the news to the villagers"
Used in print(Dan McLachlan, Jr., "Communication Networks and...)
A point like p gets information directly from n , but all information beyond n is indirectly relayed through n .
( b ) A message runs too great a risk of being distorted if it is to be relayed more than about six consecutive times .
[ noun ] (transportation) the act of relaying something
Used in print(Samuel Elkin, "The Ball Player," Nugget, 6: 5...)
Phil_Rossoff cut over to center from left_field to get the relay .
[ verb ] control or operate by relay