broadcast
noun
1. (in radio or tv) 
a. la emisión (F) 
The football game's radio broadcast will begin at 3 pm.Le emisión por radio del partido de fútbol comenzará a las 3 pm.
b. el programa (M) 
The broadcast can be seen at 8 pm.El programa se puede ver a las 8 pm.
transitive verb
2. (to propagate) 
a. transmitir 
Channel 11 will broadcast the debate live.El canal 11 transmitirá el debate en vivo.
b. emitir 
Raquel broadcasts a radio program every morning.Raquel emite un programa de radio cada mañana.
c. radiar 
The radio station broadcasts local bands at 3:30 pm.La estación de radio radia bandas locales a las 3:30 pm.
3. (to make known) 
a. difundir 
She got into an argument with Carla and then broadcast Carla's secrets to the whole school.Discutió con Carla y luego difundió los secretos de Carla a toda la escuela.
b. divulgar 
The police broadcast the identities of the suspected killers they're searching for.La policía divulgó las identidades de los presuntos homicidas que se buscan.
4. (to scatter seeds) 
a. diseminar 
We broadcast grass and flower seeds on the vacant lot to provide ground cover.Diseminamos semillas de hierba y flores en el lote baldío para proporcionar una cubierta vegetal.
b. sembrar a voleo 
We broadcast watermelon seeds throughout the garden so we'll have watermelons in the summer.Sembramos semillas de sandía a voleo por todo el jardín para poder tener sandías en el verano.
intransitive verb
5. (to propagate) 
a. transmitir 
As soon as we get the back up generator running, we can begin to broadcast again.Tan pronto echemos a andar el generador otra vez, podremos empezar a transmitir de nuevo.
b. emitirse 
The national news broadcasts on all the stations at 5:30 pm.Las noticias nacionales se emiten por todas las estaciones a las 5:30 pm.
adjective
6. (related to media) 
a. de radio y televisión 
Claudia is studying broadcast journalism.Claudia está estudiando periodismo de radio y televisión.
b. de radiodifusión y teledifusión 
The company is seeking to hire a broadcast media manager.La compañía está buscando contratar a un gerente de medios de radiodifusión y teledifusión.
broadcast
Noun
1. (program) 
a. la emisión (F) 
transitive verb
2. (general) 
a. transmitir, emitir 
3. (colloquial) 
don't broadcast it!¡no lo pregones!
intransitive verb
4. (station) 
a. emitir 
broadcast [ˈbrɔːdkɑːst] broadcast (past)
noun
(Rad) (TV) emisión (f); programa (m)
transitive verb
1 (TV) [+match, event] transmitir; (Rad) emitir; radiar
2 (Agr) sembrar a voleo
3 [+news, rumour] divulgar; difundir
intransitive verb
(TV) (Rad) [+station] transmitir; emitir; [+person] hablar por la radio/televisión;
adverb
[+sow] a voleo
modifier
(Agr) [+seed] sembrado a voleo
broadcast journalism (n) periodismo (m) de radio y televisión
As world news has gotten more disturbing, the trend in broadcast journalism has been to take it less seriously
broadcast journalist (n) periodista (m) de radio y televisión
He also had a regular job with CBS as part of a team of broadcast journalists
broadcast media (n) medios (m) de radiodifusión y teledifusión
So far, their efforts to present their case successfully, through diplomatic channels or through written and broadcast media, have failed
broadcast news (n) noticias (f) de radio y televisión
The front pages of British newspapers, and broadcast news, reported how Czech protesters were attacked by security police
broadcast satellite (n) satélite (m) de retransmisiones
The screens will be battery-powered, and the news will be beamed to them from a broadcast satellite
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