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re·broad·cast

 (rē-brôd′kăst′)
tr.v. re·broad·cast or re·broad·cast·ed, re·broad·cast·ing, re·broad·casts
1. To repeat the broadcast of (a program).
2. To receive and send out (a broadcast) again.
n.
A broadcast that is repeated or that is relayed from another station.

rebroadcast

(ˌriːˈbrɔːdkɑːst)
n
(Broadcasting) a television or radio programme that is shown or put on again
vb (tr)
(Broadcasting) to show or put on again (a television or radio programme)

re•broad•cast

(riˈbrɔdˌkæst, -ˌkɑst)

v. -cast -cast•ed, -cast•ing, v.t.
1. to broadcast again from the same station.
2. to relay (a radio or television program received from another station).
n.
3. a program that is rebroadcast.
[1920–25]

rebroadcast


Past participle: rebroadcast
Gerund: rebroadcasting

Imperative
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Present
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you rebroadcast
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Preterite
I rebroadcast
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we rebroadcast
you rebroadcast
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Present Continuous
I am rebroadcasting
you are rebroadcasting
he/she/it is rebroadcasting
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you are rebroadcasting
they are rebroadcasting
Present Perfect
I have rebroadcast
you have rebroadcast
he/she/it has rebroadcast
we have rebroadcast
you have rebroadcast
they have rebroadcast
Past Continuous
I was rebroadcasting
you were rebroadcasting
he/she/it was rebroadcasting
we were rebroadcasting
you were rebroadcasting
they were rebroadcasting
Past Perfect
I had rebroadcast
you had rebroadcast
he/she/it had rebroadcast
we had rebroadcast
you had rebroadcast
they had rebroadcast
Future
I will rebroadcast
you will rebroadcast
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we will rebroadcast
you will rebroadcast
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Future Perfect
I will have rebroadcast
you will have rebroadcast
he/she/it will have rebroadcast
we will have rebroadcast
you will have rebroadcast
they will have rebroadcast
Future Continuous
I will be rebroadcasting
you will be rebroadcasting
he/she/it will be rebroadcasting
we will be rebroadcasting
you will be rebroadcasting
they will be rebroadcasting
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been rebroadcasting
you have been rebroadcasting
he/she/it has been rebroadcasting
we have been rebroadcasting
you have been rebroadcasting
they have been rebroadcasting
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been rebroadcasting
you will have been rebroadcasting
he/she/it will have been rebroadcasting
we will have been rebroadcasting
you will have been rebroadcasting
they will have been rebroadcasting
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been rebroadcasting
you had been rebroadcasting
he/she/it had been rebroadcasting
we had been rebroadcasting
you had been rebroadcasting
they had been rebroadcasting
Conditional
I would rebroadcast
you would rebroadcast
he/she/it would rebroadcast
we would rebroadcast
you would rebroadcast
they would rebroadcast
Past Conditional
I would have rebroadcast
you would have rebroadcast
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we would have rebroadcast
you would have rebroadcast
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.rebroadcast - a broadcast that repeated at a later time
broadcast - message that is transmitted by radio or television
Verb1.rebroadcast - broadcast again, as of a film
broadcast medium, broadcasting - a medium that disseminates via telecommunications
broadcast, air, transmit, beam, send - broadcast over the airwaves, as in radio or television; "We cannot air this X-rated song"
Translations

rebroadcast

[ˈriːˈbrɔːdkɑːst]
A. Nretransmisión f
B. VTretransmitir

rebroadcast

nWiederholung(ssendung) f
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A bargain between the satellite, broadcast, and cable industries, section 122 grants satellite rebroadcasters a free (no royalty) compulsory license for local broadcasting, provided they agree to carry all television broadcast stations located within the local market.
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