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1. Definition of Broadcasted in the dictionary


2. What does Broadcasted mean? Information and translations of Broadcasted in the most comprehensive dictionary definitions resource on the web.


3. broadcast or Broadcasted) 1 transmit by radio or television

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4. Although Broadcasted has gained acceptance in the realm of radio transmissions, I would hesitate to use the -ed form to refer to sowing.


5. Yes, broadcast is a verb, and says either broadcast or Broadcasted is acceptable as the simple past and past participle

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6. Broadcasted crossword clue has appeared on today’s Daily Themed Mini Crossword December 27 2020 Answers


7. Plain old past tense: The network Broadcasted my TV show


8. Usage notes The past of broadcast is either broadcast or Broadcasted

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9. 12,900 for "was Broadcasted".


10. Synonyms for Broadcasted include shown, broadcast, aired, transmitted, televised, beamed, relayed, disseminated, distributed and promulgated

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11. The statistics showed that news programs were Broadcasted for two thousand hours; while the share of entertainment and art programs reached one thousand and 540 hours constituting 17.6% of the total broadcasting hours

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12. As verbs the difference between broadcast and Broadcasted is that broadcast is to transmit a message or signal via radio waves or electronic means while Broadcasted is (proscribed) (broadcast)

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13. / ˈbrɔdˌkæst / past tense and past participle broadcast or Broadcasted to send out sound or pictures that are carried over distances using radio waves: [ T ] The game will be broadcast live on ESPN

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14. Broadcast (third-person singular simple present broadcasts, present participle broadcasting, simple past and past participle broadcast or Broadcasted) ( transitive ) To transmit a message or signal through radio waves or electronic means.

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15. Government suspends sports clubs, all sports activities except those Broadcasted on TV


16. The maximum of 4,000% enrage has been reached and no more announcements will be Broadcasted

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19. The farmer “broadcast” the seeds over a wide area of land (not the farmer “Broadcasted…” Note that most other verbs formed with “cast” e.g

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20. It's broadcast in the sense of "radio/television transmission" that uses (or accepts, if you wish) both broadcast and Broadcasted as past participles

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21. Mayor Dyer on why he Broadcasted Fresno’s financial COVID troubles to the nation and backed Biden: “I don’t serve a party, I serve the people, I had to do something.”

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22. Knicks will have 6 ESPN-Broadcasted games in updated schedule


23. In reaction to this, the Union of Belgium’s Jewish Students (UEJB) took action and Broadcasted the following message on Thursday evening in …

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24. The announcer Broadcasted a piece of amusing news: 28


25. Central Radio Station was founded it Broadcasted educational programs besides news: 29

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26. The legend of "big catalpa spirit' of Qin was widely Broadcasted since Qinji of the War ring States to Odd Records of the Six Dynasties" 30

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27. How to use Broadcasted in a sentence


28. Should i write "Everything will be broadcast live" ? Or should it be "Everything will be Broadcasted live" ? Answer Save

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29. ESPN Broadcasted the football game on the television.


30. Posts about broadcast or Broadcasted written by languageandgrammar

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31. To get his revenge, he sends Felix through the telephone wires ("Broadcasted") to Egypt, and Felix finds out that the Egyptians don't want him


32. (WJTV) — Both Jackson State teams extended their winning streaks with wins over Grambling State in the first college games ever Broadcasted

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33. Oscars 2021 to be Broadcasted from multiple locations owing to strict coronavirus restrictions; Britney Spears reacts to beau Sam Asghari's comment after controversy

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34. “The British side knew this clearly from the first day CGTN Broadcasted in the U.K

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BROADCASTED [ˈbrôdˌkast]


  • transmit (a program or some information) by radio or television.
  • take part in a radio or television transmission.
Synonyms: transmit . relay . air . beam . show . screen . televise . telecast . videocast . podcast . live-stream . utter . give . make . read . recite . voice . speak . declaim . pronounce . announce . declare . proclaim . hand down . bring in . return . render . set forth .
  • scatter (seeds) by hand or machine rather than placing in drills or rows.
Synonyms: scatter . sow . disperse . sprinkle . spread . distribute . disseminate . strew . throw . toss . fling . bestrew .

Frequently Asked Questions

What is the definition of broadcast?

Definition of broadcast (Entry 2 of 4) 1 : a program that is broadcast on radio or television or over the Internet listening to a radio broadcast a live nationwide broadcast.

What is broadcasting in agriculture?

Broadcast seeding. In agriculture, gardening, and forestry, broadcast seeding is a method of seeding that involves scattering seed, by hand or mechanically, over a relatively large area. This is in contrast to: precision seeding, where seed is placed at a precise spacing and depth;

What is broadcast media?

What is The Broadcast Media. 1. The broadcast media is a member of the electronic family. It is made up of radio and television.

What is the history of TV broadcasting?

The term is uncommon in the United States, and more common in Europe. Terrestrial television broadcasting dates back to the very beginnings of television as a medium itself with the first long-distance public television broadcast from Washington, D.C., on April 7, 1927.