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broadcast

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PronunciationEdit

  • UK: IPA(key): /ˈbrɔːdkɑːst/, IPA(key): /ˈbrɔːdkæst/
  • US: IPA(key): /ˈbɹɔdkæst/
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EtymologyEdit

broad + cast

AdjectiveEdit

broadcast (comparative more broadcast, superlative most broadcast)

  1. ​ cast or scattered widely, in all directions
  2. transmitted, signalled, or communicated via radio waves or electronic means
  3. relating to transmissions of messages or signals via radio waves or electronic means

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NounEdit

broadcast (plural broadcasts)

  1. A transmission of a radio or television programme aired to be received by anyone with a receiver.
  2. A programme (show, bulletin, documentary, and so on) so transmitted.
  3. (dated) The act of scattering seed.

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VerbEdit

broadcast (third-person singular simple present broadcasts, present participle broadcasting, simple past and past participle broadcast or broadcasted)

  1. To transmit a message or signal via radio waves or electronic means
    • 2013 November 15, “Shakespeare broadcast direct into schools for first time”, ITV:
      The Royal Shakespeare Company will today become the first theatre in the UK to broadcast Shakespeare direct into schools. A production of Richard II, starring David Tennant in the title role, is going to be streamed free of charge into classrooms up and down the country.
  2. To transmit a message over a wide area
  3. To appear as speaker, presenter or performer in a broadcast program
  4. (archaic) To sow seeds over a wide area
    • 2013 November 9, Sarah Price, “Breathing new life into an old garden [print edition: New life, old garden]”[1], The Daily Telegraph (Gardening), page G1, archived from the original on November 16, 2013:
      I wanted to grow my own cut flowers for the big day so three months earlier I broadcasted an annual seed mix across a few recently cleared borders.
  5. To send an email in a single transmission to a (typically large) number of people
  6. simple past tense and past participle of broadcast

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