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propagate
  ۱) توچیدن؛ ۲) توچاندن   
1) tucidan; 2) tucândan

Fr.: 1) se propager; 2) propager   

1) v.intr.: (of → electromagnetic waves, → compression waves, etc.) To travel through space or a physical → medium.
2) v.tr.: To create (an effect) at a distance, as by electromagnetic waves, compression waves, etc., traveling through space or a physical medium.

From L. propagatus, p.p. of propagare "multiply plants by layers, spread for sprouting, propagate, enlarge," from propag(es) "something set out, scion, slip," from → pro- "forth" + pag base of pangere "to fasten" + es noun suffix + -atus "-ate."

Tucidan, from several dialects: Malayeri "to scatter, disperse; to diffuse;" Lori tic "scattered, dispersed," ticene "to scatter, disperse; to diffuse;" Laki tvic "dispersed, scattered;" Aligudarzi tij "scattered, dispersed;" Borujerdi tuc "scatter," tucessan "to scatter, diffuse," tucesa "dispersed, scattered, diffused;" maybe from Proto-Ir. *tac- "to flow, run;" cf. Av. tac- "to flow, walk," Pers. tâxtan, tâzidan "to rush, to run;" Shughni (+ *ui-) vidôj, Roshani viduj "irrigation," → flow.