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Noun
A radio or television program or transmission
“The absentees are watching a broadcast of the participants watching a broadcast in a weird twist on reality TV.”
Noun
The act of announcing something, especially to a wide audience
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A story or event recorded by a camera as a set of moving images
Noun
An account of an event or situation, typically intended for publication or broadcasting
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A short radio or television broadcast of news reports
Noun
Public broadcasting or exposure of music or content
Noun
The movement of information from one to another
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An televised fundraising event encouraging viewers to make donations via telephone
Noun
A concise audio program aired on radio stations, delivering content in real-time
Noun
An advance showing of a film, exhibition etc.
Noun
A live broadcast or tour showcasing and promoting a specific product, service, or event
Noun
A play, broadcast or presentation for theatre, radio, or television
Verb
To transmit a signal over the airwaves
“Due to the overwhelming demand for this session, we have decided to broadcast it live on our Youtube channel.”
Verb
To declare loudly, openly or publicly
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“Again, this is probably not the place to broadcast my feelings publicly.”
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To scatter or distribute over an area or space
“This year, those who drilled oats seemed to do better than those who broadcast seed.”
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To spread or diffuse over a wide area or space
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“First of all, it shows us that the Menorah was not designed merely to broadcast the light over as large a space as practical.”
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To make known or to reveal
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To have broadcast via media
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To have announced or advertised, usually loudly
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To have provided a listener or reader with information
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To place or scatter (seeds) into the ground or soil to grow
Adjective
Having been broadcast or made widely known
Adjective
Publicly announced or broadcast
Adjective
Done, perceived, or existing in open view
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Adjective
Widely reported without strong evidence
Adjective
Spread out over a wide area
Adjective
Transmitted or emitted in a directed manner, like broadcast, channeled, or radiated
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