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broadcast verb

AmE ['bro:d k@st] = /ˈbrɒːdkæst/
BrE ['bro:d ka:st] = /ˈbrɔːdkɑːst/
  1. Television networks broadcast their programs, which means that they show them on TV and many people can watch them. Radio stations broadcast their programs, too.
    The past form of “broadcast” is “broadcasted” or “broadcast”.
    The show was broadcast/broadcasted live from New York City.
    The baseball game was broadcast to Europe, Asia, and South America.