they plan to relay about half a mile of the track
A group of people or animals engaged in a task or activity for a fixed period of time and then replaced by a similar group
the wagons were pulled by relays of horses
gangs of workers were sent in relays
A race between teams usually of sprinters or swimmers, each team member in turn covering part of the total distance
a 550-meter relay race
An electrical device, typically incorporating an electromagnet, that is activated by a current or signal in one circuit to open or close another circuit
A device to receive, reinforce, and retransmit a broadcast or program
A message or program transmitted by such a device
a relay of a performance live from the concert hall
pass along; "Please relay the news to the villagers"
the act of passing something along from one person or group to another; "the relay was successful"
a crew of workers who relieve another crew
control or operate by relay
a fresh team to relieve weary draft animals
a race between teams; each member runs or swims part of the distance
A relay is an electrically operated switch. Many relays use an electromagnet to operate a switching mechanism mechanically, but other operating principles are also used. ...
During a relay race, members of a team take turns running, orienteering, swimming, cross-country skiing, biathlon, or skating (usually with a baton in the first) parts of a circuit or performing a certain action. Relay races take the form of professional races and amateur games. ...
A communications satellite (sometimes abbreviated to COMSAT) is an artificial satellite stationed in space for the purpose of telecommunications. ...
Relay is a chain of newspaper, magazine, book, and convenience stores, mostly based in train stations and airports. It is owned by Lagardère Services, a subsidiary of Lagardère Group.
An electrical actuator that allows a relatively small electrical voltage or current to control a larger voltage or current; A track and field discipline where runners take turns in carrying a baton from start to finish. ...
(RELAYING) The routing of an e-mail message through an SMTP server, usually an open relay that is unrelated to both the sender and the recipient. Also called "third-party relaying."
(Relaying) The act of passing an internet message (such as email or netnews) from machine to machine.
(Relaying) The transfer of shellfish from conditionally restricted or restricted areas in the open status to approved areas for natural biological cleansing using the ambient environment as a treatment system (Houser 1964).
(Relaying) instalación de relés.
(Relaying) is a broader term than routing, which includes forwarding of application records, forwarding of regular and encapsulated packets, and frames at the data link level. From a relaying standpoint, everything can be called a network element (NE). ...
(re-laying) To post-stripe a video master tape, recording the mixed film soundtrack back onto the tape after it has been striped for post-dubbing or the addition of narration, music, and/or effects. See layback recorder.
(relaying) (n.) The process of passing a message from one messaging server to another messaging server.
Relaying means that you are trying to send a message through a mail server without being logged in to that server, and the people who run the server have chosen to disallow that to prevent spammers from using the server.
(Relays) A swimming event in which 4 swimmers participate as a relay team each swimmer swimming an equal distance of the race. There are two types of relays: 1. ...
(Relays) 4 × 100 m | 4 × 400 m; Racewalking; Wheelchair racing
(Relays) A relay is a low-powered device used to activate a high-powered device. Relays are used to trigger circuit breakers and other switches in substations and transmission and distribution systems.
(Relays) A team consists of four athletes, each of whom skis one leg of the race then tags off to a teammate. The relay has a mass start.
(Relays) Four swimmers on each team, each to swim one-fourth of the prescribed distance using any desired stroke.
(Relays) Only the designated “A” team will be able to earn points and be counted toward team awards/scoring.