broadcast

From Wiktionary
Jump to: navigation, search

Pronunciation[change]

Verb[change]

Plain form
broadcast

Third-person singular
broadcasts

Past tense
broadcasted

Past participle
broadcasted

Present participle
broadcasting

  1. If you broadcast something, you make it widely known.
    My parents decided to broadcast my test scores to the entire family when they came over for dinner.
  2. If you broadcast something, you transmit or send a signal or message using radio waves or electricity.
    ESPN broadcast the football game on the television.
  3. If you broadcast, you show up as a performer, presenter, or speaker in a broadcast program.
  4. (old, no longer used) If you broadcast, you sow seeds over a big area.

Noun[change]

Singular
broadcast

Plural
broadcasts

  1. (countable) A broadcast is a program that is transmitted electronicly over the television or radio.
    The broadcast of the sports game was fun to listen to on my way home from work.

Antonyms[change]