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1‘the show will be broadcast on TV worldwide’
transmit, relay, air, beam, put out, send out, put on the air, put on the airwaves, show, screen, televise, telecast, videocast, podcast, live-stream
2‘the result of the match was broadcast far and wide’
report, announce, publicize, publish, make public, make known, advertise, proclaim, declare
spread, circulate, air, pass round, disseminate, promulgate, blazon, trumpet
informal shout from the rooftops
3‘the most common mistake is to broadcast too much seed, resulting in a very heavy crop’
scatter, sow, disperse, sprinkle, spread, distribute, disseminate, strew, throw, toss, fling
1‘he communicated with the people via radio and television broadcasts’
programme, show, production, presentation, performance
transmission, telecast, videocast, podcast
informal screening, prog
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