Definition of 'broadcast'
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Could this be the oddest political broadcast of all time? Times, Sunday Times (2017)He also supported her when the programme was broadcast and people began to be mean about her on social media. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Though they think they were right to broadcast the raid, bosses are concerned his fans will turn on them. The Sun (2016)Should the programme have been broadcast in a Norfolk or Tottenham accent? Times, Sunday Times (2017)In 1937, he fought in the first live transatlantic sporting broadcast. Times, Sunday Times (2016)His new broadcasting career has made him more open-minded, he says. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The programme, broadcast last night, also showed that liquids containing plutonium and uranium had been stored for years in plastic bottles. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Welcome to the BT studio, where the banter of the dressing room meets live broadcasting. The Sun (2017)In 1999 he got an OBE for services to broadcast journalism. Times, Sunday Times (2017)The tribute will look at the broadcasting career of the legend who has become synonymous history programming. The Sun (2016)We do not want to be paid broadcasting rights. Times, Sunday Times (2013)The concert will be broadcast live in selected cinemas. Times, Sunday Times (2009)It could try public service broadcasting again. Times, Sunday Times (2015)It will also have power over party political broadcasts and election spending. Times, Sunday Times (2014)The most famous radio broadcast of all time can be heard again tonight. Times, Sunday Times (2013)He is also a broadcast journalist for an online magazine. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Now you can hold that broadcast performance in your hand. Times, Sunday Times (2011)The channel has established itself as a major force in news broadcasting in that time. Times, Sunday Times (2011)There are lots of females working in sports broadcasting now. The Sun (2007)They are expected to make their broadcast debut next month. Times, Sunday Times (2015)It was the first programme broadcast on the channel. The Sun (2008)He says he was anxious to skip ahead to his broadcasting career. Times, Sunday Times (2015)The cable media company wants a formal investigation into the way that the broadcast rights are sold. Times, Sunday Times (2014)It's far from broadcast quality but is brilliant for social networks. The Sun (2009)Who knows, the pieces may well fit together more snugly when the concert is broadcast. Times, Sunday Times (2012)TV signals are broadcast at a set maximum volume. Times, Sunday Times (2007)For the first time appeals can be broadcast live, allowing the public to view the court at work. Times, Sunday Times (2009)
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Translations for 'broadcast'
British English: broadcast /ˈbrɔːdˌkɑːst/ NOUN
A broadcast is something that you hear on the radio or see on television.
...a broadcast of the speech.
- American English: broadcast
- Arabic: إذاعَة
- Brazilian Portuguese: transmissão
- Chinese: 广播
- Croatian: emisija
- Czech: vysílání
- Danish: udsendelse
- Dutch: uitzending radio, tv
- European Spanish: emisión
- Finnish: lähetys TV, radio
- French: émission
- German: Übertragung
- Greek: εκπομπή
- Italian: trasmissione
- Japanese: 放送
- Korean: 방송
- Norwegian: kringkasting
- Polish: transmisja
- European Portuguese: transmissão
- Romanian: difuzare
- Russian: трансляция
- Spanish: emisión
- Swedish: sändning
- Thai: การออกรายการอากาศ
- Turkish: yayın
- Ukrainian: передача
- Vietnamese: chương trình phát sóng
British English: broadcast /ˈbrɔːdˌkɑːst/ VERB
To broadcast a programme means to send it out by radio waves, so that it can be heard on the radio or seen on television.
The concert will be broadcast live on television and radio.
The network also broadcasts in Europe.
- American English: broadcast
- Arabic: يُذيع
- Brazilian Portuguese: transmitir
- Chinese: 广播
- Croatian: emitirati
- Czech: vysílat
- Danish: sende
- Dutch: uitzenden radio, tv
- European Spanish: emitir
- Finnish: lähettää radiossa tai televisiossa
- French: diffuser
- German: übertragen
- Greek: εκπέμπω
- Italian: trasmettere
- Japanese: 放送する
- Korean: 방송하다
- Norwegian: kringkaste
- Polish: nadać
- European Portuguese: transmitir
- Romanian: a difuza
- Russian: транслировать
- Spanish: emitir
- Swedish: sända
- Thai: กระจายเสียง เผยแพร่
- Turkish: yayın yapmak
- Ukrainian: транслювати
- Vietnamese: phát sóng
Definition of broadcast from the Collins English Dictionary
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