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broadcast

US [ˈbrɔdˌkæst]
UK [ˈbrɔːdˌkɑːst]
  • v.广播;播送(电视或无线电节目);传播(信息等)
  • n.广播节目;电视节目
  • adj.【无线】播音的;撒播的;广泛散布的
  • Web播放;广播地址;广播传送
Plural Form:broadcasts  Past Tense:broadcasted  Present Participle:broadcasting  
broadcast
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v.
1.
[t][i]
~ (sth)
播送(电视或无线电节目);广播to send out programmes on television or radio
The concert will be broadcast live(= at the same time as it takes place) tomorrow evening.
明晚的音乐会将现场直播。
They began broadcasting in 1922.
他们于 1922 年开播。
2.
[t]
~ sth
散布,传播(信息等)to tell a lot of people about sth
I don't like to broadcast the fact that my father owns the company.
我不想宣扬这家公司为我父亲所有。
n.
1.
广播节目;电视节目a radio or television programme
a party political broadcast(= for example, before an election)
政党政治广播节目
We watched a live broadcast of the speech(= one shown at the same time as the speech was made) .
我们观看了那场演说的现场直播。

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