[oh-puh n-lahyn] /ˈoʊ pənˌlaɪn/
(of a radio or TV show) maintaining open telephone lines to permit listeners or viewers to phone a program with comments, questions, requests, etc.; call-in.
(Canadian) a radio or television programme in which listeners’ or viewers’ questions, comments, etc, are telephoned to the studio and broadcast live. Also called (in Britain and certain other countries) phone-in
noun 1. a letter, often of protest or criticism, addressed to a specific person, but intended to be brought to public attention. noun 1. a letter, esp one of protest, addressed to a person but also made public, as through the press
[op-uh-rat-ik] /ˌɒp əˈræt ɪk/ adjective 1. of or relating to : operatic music. 2. resembling or suitable for : a voice of operatic caliber. noun 3. Usually, operatics. (used with a singular or plural verb) /ˌɒpəˈrætɪk/ adjective 1. of or relating to opera 2. histrionic or exaggerated adj. 1749, from opera on model of dramatic.
[op-uh-rey-ting] /ˈɒp əˌreɪ tɪŋ/ adjective 1. used or engaged in performing : an operating surgeon. 2. of, for, or pertaining to : an operating budget. 3. of or relating to the proper of a machine, appliance, etc.: a manual of operating instructions. 4. Railroads. of, pertaining, or belonging to railroad workers, as engineers or firemen, […]
- Operating budget
noun 1. (accounting) a forecast of the sales revenue, production costs, overheads, cash flow, etc, of an organization, used to monitor its trading activities, usually for one year