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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishairplayair‧play /ˈeəpleɪ $ ˈer-/ noun [uncountable]  the number of times that a particular song is played on the radio The new single is already getting airplay.
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airplayWoods supported Motown with ample airplay and was rewarded with the exclusive rights to promote the Revue when it reached Philadelphia.It got a lot of airplay from John Peel, and was written up extensively by the music press.Free previews so be from that get radio airplay and are eager for exposure, but no rule.They make remakes of old songs that had radio airplay, and were Top 10 on the charts.
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