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Definition of Broadcast

  • A casting or throwing seed in all directions, as from the hand in sowing.
  • an act of broadcasting; specifically, a program in which sounds or images are transmitted in all directions from a radio or television station; -- usually referring to a scheduled program on a commercial or public service radio or television station, using the normal radio frequencies for those media, in contrast to a radiotelephone conversation, which may also be transmitted in all directions, but is intended for receipt by a base station in the telephone network.
  • Cast or dispersed in all directions, as seed from the hand in sowing; widely diffused.
  • Scattering in all directions (as a method of sowing); -- opposed to planting in hills, or rows.
  • So as to scatter or be scattered in all directions; so as to spread widely, as seed from the hand in sowing, or news from the press.
  • to cast or disperse in all directions, as seed from the hand in sowing; to diffuse widely.
  • to transmit (sounds, images, or other signals) in all directions from a radio or television station.
  • to disseminate (information, a speech, an advertisement, etc.) from a radio or television station.
  • to spread (information, news, gossip) widely by any means.
  • message that is transmitted by radio or television
  • a radio or television show
  • cause to become widely known
  • broadcast over the airwaves, as in radio or television
  • sow over a wide area, especially by hand

How to use broadcast in a sentence. Broadcast pronunciation.

Is it any wonder that men grew sick, and that death stalked broadcast through the camp of the 5th Corps, under these conditions?
No such thing has happened before that time nor since; a prisoner and an exile advancing His Cause and spreading His teachings broadcast so that eventually He became powerful enough to conquer the very king who banished Him.
Under the Roman general Titus, 70 A.D., the Holy Land was stripped and pillaged, Jerusalem razed to its foundations and the Israelites scattered broadcast throughout the world.
The work was of the same character as that which he had just been engaged on, but with the greater directness which surgery has than medicine; and a larger proportion of the patients suffered from those two diseases which a supine public allows, in its prudishness, to be spread broadcast.
On this dank soil thistles muster, Thorns are broadcast sown; Seek not figs where thistles cluster, Grapes where thorns have grown.
Miss Clegg thought that the latest styles in coat-sleeves were likely to bloom broadcast on so auspicious an occasion, and Mrs. Lathrop herself was sufficiently infected by the advertising in the papers to dare to intrust her friend with the whole of a two-dollar bill to be judiciously invested if bargains should really run as wildly rife as was predicted.
Expect break up New York band with death of S." If Kennedy himself had thrown a bomb or scattered broadcast the contents of the test-tubes, the effect could not have been more startling than his last quiet sentence-and sentence it was in two senses.
In another hour the extras would be out, and the news would be spread broadcast.
It appeared that Burns had told his practical joke broadcast, for the young man heard his name mentioned, and then some one behind him snickered.
Beneath Mr. Burns's feet, and strewn broadcast about the room, were the crumpled sheets of the afternoon papers.
In token of his gratitude he had despatched a present of forty thousand drachmas of gold to the singer, and her renown went broadcast like a flame.
He’d seen photographs, Tri-Di broadcasts and he’d heard several thousand jokes on various levels from pun to obscenity about getting around in the building, but he’d never been there.
He has scattered broadcast in the world?
Millions of circulars were being prepared to send broadcast over the United States.
Expect break up New York band with death of S." If Kennedy himself had thrown a bomb or scattered broadcast the contents of the test-tubes, the effect could not have been more startling than his last quiet sentence - and sentence it was in two senses.
The arphids in my student ID broadcast my identity to sensors in the hallway.
Original Author" means, in the case of a literary or artistic work, the individual, individuals, entity or entities who created the Work or if no individual or entity can be identified, the publisher; and in addition (i) in the case of a performance the actors, singers, musicians, dancers, and other persons who act, sing, deliver, declaim, play in, interpret or otherwise perform literary or artistic works or expressions of folklore; (ii) in the case of a phonogram the producer being the person or legal entity who first fixes the sounds of a performance or other sounds; and, (iii) in the case of broadcasts, the organization that transmits the broadcast.
I tried in vain to spread the tale broadcast.
On our journey one of the packs having partly broken loose so frightened the horse carrying it that he galloped off, and was not recovered until he had scattered his load, consisting of medicines and peas, broadcast on the plain.
He was new to the Valley of the Eagles, but there were other parts of the mountain-desert where his fame was spread broadcast.

Examples of Broadcast

Example #1
Fourth-Lack of Proper Medical Attendance.
Example #2
The detachment commander was entirely without tentage from the 25th of June until the 5th of August-forty-five days in the rainy season in Cuba, exposed to the torrid sun by day, to chilling dews by night, and the drenching rains of the afternoon, without shelter from any inclemencies of the weather, and this in spite of repeated applications to proper authorities for the suitable allowance of tentage.
Example #3
His Cause spread more and more.
Example #4
The Blessed Perfection was a prisoner twenty-five years.
Example #5
So complete was their dispersion that they have continued without a country and government of their own to the present day.
Example #6
After their conquest by the Babylonians, the Jews were successively subjugated by the Greeks and Romans.