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broadcastbroadcast2 ●●○ verb (past tense and past participle broadcast)  1 [intransitive, transitive]TCB to send out radio or television programmes The interview was broadcast live across Europe.2 [transitive]PUBLICIZE/MAKE KNOWN to tell something to a lot of people Don’t broadcast the fact that he lost his job.→ See Verb table
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broadcastThere they would force Khomeini to negotiate a deal and to broadcast it to the people.The whole race will be broadcast live from Monza.Radio WXLM broadcasts on 98.2 FM.He will speak to radio shows that broadcast over a tin can and lengths of string.The interview was broadcast Sunday on "Face the Nation."The funeral was broadcast to the whole nation.Don't go broadcasting what I've told you all over the office.broadcast liveCBS will broadcast the championship game live.More television work came with an episode of Emergency Ward 10, then broadcast live.When these pictures were broadcast live across international television screens, it was obvious that the issue was misogyny, not theology.A commentary of the day's activities will be broadcast live across North Staffordshire by Hospital Radio.The programme will be broadcast live from Banbury School in Oxfordshire.Capital Radio's Kid Jensen will broadcast live from the ship while it is in London.The session started early and finished late, and was broadcast live on all cable news channels.Sky will broadcast live Premier League matches on Sunday afternoons and Monday evenings.At the same time a reforestation telethon will be broadcast live via satellite and by radio around the world.