Definition of 'broadcasting'
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It seemed to be broadcasting the demonstration in the plaza. DESPERADOES (2004)The New York Times said the show had all the hallmarks of quality broadcasting: laughter, tears, a man in a shiny suit and a clapometer. MR STARLIGHT (2004)I'm not broadcasting from the roof of BH because your people won't let me. HUMAN VOICES (2004)
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In Common Usage. broadcasting is one of the 10000 most commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Translations for 'broadcasting'
British English: broadcasting NOUN
Broadcasting is the making and sending out of television and radio programmes.
If this happens it will change the face of sports broadcasting.
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Definition of broadcasting from the Collins English Dictionary
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