the act of transmitting speech, music, visual images, etc., as by radio or television.
radio or television as a business or profession:
She’s training for a career in broadcasting.
to transmit (programs) from a radio or television station.
to speak, perform, sponsor, or present on a radio or television program:
The president will broadcast his message on all stations tonight.
to cast or scatter abroad over an area, as seed in sowing.
to spread widely; disseminate:
She broadcast the good news all over town.
to indicate unwittingly to another (one’s next action); telegraph:
He broadcast his punch and the other man was able to parry it.
to transmit programs or signals from a radio or television station.
to make something known widely; disseminate something.
to speak, perform, sponsor, or present all or part of a radio or television program:
The Boston Symphony Orchestra broadcasts every Saturday on our local station.
something that is broadcast.
a single radio or television program.
the broadcasting of radio or television messages, speeches, etc.
a single period of broadcasting.
a method of sowing by scattering seed.
(of programs) transmitted from a radio or television station.
of or relating to broadcasting.
cast abroad or all over an area, as seed scattered widely.
so as to reach the greatest number of people by radio or television:
The vital news was sent broadcast to inform the entire nation.
so as to be cast abroad over an area:
seed sown broadcast.
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verb -casts, -casting, -cast, -casted
to transmit (announcements or programmes) on radio or television
(intransitive) to take part in a radio or television programme
(transitive) to make widely known throughout an area: to broadcast news
(transitive) to scatter (seed, etc) over an area, esp by hand
a transmission or programme on radio or television
(as modifier): a broadcast signal
the act of scattering seeds
(as modifier): the broadcast method of sowing
dispersed over a wide area: broadcast seeds
far and wide: seeds to be sown broadcast
pertaining or belonging to a party in the Anglican Church emphasizing a liberal interpretation of ritual. Historical Examples Miss Marjoribanks Mrs (Margaret) Oliphant noun a party within the Church of England which favours a broad and liberal interpretation of Anglican formularies and rubrics and objects to positive definition in theology Compare High Church, Low Church […]
a closely woven dress-goods fabric of cotton, rayon, silk, or a mixture of these fibers, having a soft, mercerized finish and resembling poplin. a woolen or worsted fabric constructed in a plain or twill weave, having a compact texture and lustrous finish. any fabric woven on a wide loom. Historical Examples Captain Brand of the […]
broad construction Historical Examples Civil War and Reconstruction in Alabama Walter L. Fleming
having a broad, wide face.