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tel·e·cast

 (tĕl′ĭ-kăst′)
v. tel·e·cast or tel·e·cast·ed, tel·e·cast·ing, tel·e·casts
v.intr.
To broadcast a television program.
v.tr.
To broadcast (a program) by television.
n.
A television broadcast.

tel′e·cast′er n.

telecast

(ˈtɛlɪˌkɑːst)
vb, -casts, -casting, -cast or -casted
(Broadcasting) to broadcast (a programme) by television
n
(Broadcasting) a television broadcast
ˈteleˌcaster n

tel•e•cast

(ˈtɛl ɪˌkæst, -ˌkɑst)

v. -cast -cast•ed, -cast•ing, v.t., v.i.
1. to broadcast by television.
n.
2. a television broadcast.
[1935–40; tele-1 + (broad) cast]
tel′e•cast`er, n.

telecast


Past participle: telecast/telecasted
Gerund: telecasting

Imperative
telecast
telecast
Present
I telecast
you telecast
he/she/it telecasts
we telecast
you telecast
they telecast
Preterite
I telecast/telecasted
you telecast/telecasted
he/she/it telecast/telecasted
we telecast/telecasted
you telecast/telecasted
they telecast/telecasted
Present Continuous
I am telecasting
you are telecasting
he/she/it is telecasting
we are telecasting
you are telecasting
they are telecasting
Present Perfect
I have telecast/telecasted
you have telecast/telecasted
he/she/it has telecast/telecasted
we have telecast/telecasted
you have telecast/telecasted
they have telecast/telecasted
Past Continuous
I was telecasting
you were telecasting
he/she/it was telecasting
we were telecasting
you were telecasting
they were telecasting
Past Perfect
I had telecast/telecasted
you had telecast/telecasted
he/she/it had telecast/telecasted
we had telecast/telecasted
you had telecast/telecasted
they had telecast/telecasted
Future
I will telecast
you will telecast
he/she/it will telecast
we will telecast
you will telecast
they will telecast
Future Perfect
I will have telecast/telecasted
you will have telecast/telecasted
he/she/it will have telecast/telecasted
we will have telecast/telecasted
you will have telecast/telecasted
they will have telecast/telecasted
Future Continuous
I will be telecasting
you will be telecasting
he/she/it will be telecasting
we will be telecasting
you will be telecasting
they will be telecasting
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been telecasting
you have been telecasting
he/she/it has been telecasting
we have been telecasting
you have been telecasting
they have been telecasting
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been telecasting
you will have been telecasting
he/she/it will have been telecasting
we will have been telecasting
you will have been telecasting
they will have been telecasting
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been telecasting
you had been telecasting
he/she/it had been telecasting
we had been telecasting
you had been telecasting
they had been telecasting
Conditional
I would telecast
you would telecast
he/she/it would telecast
we would telecast
you would telecast
they would telecast
Past Conditional
I would have telecast/telecasted
you would have telecast/telecasted
he/she/it would have telecast/telecasted
we would have telecast/telecasted
you would have telecast/telecasted
they would have telecast/telecasted
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.telecast - a television broadcasttelecast - a television broadcast    
broadcast - message that is transmitted by radio or television
film clip - a strip of motion picture film used in a telecast
Verb1.telecast - broadcast via television; "The Royal wedding was televised"
telecasting, television, TV, video - broadcasting visual images of stationary or moving objects; "she is a star of screen and video"; "Television is a medium because it is neither rare nor well done" - Ernie Kovacs
colorcast - broadcast in color
broadcast, air, transmit, beam, send - broadcast over the airwaves, as in radio or television; "We cannot air this X-rated song"
Translations
إذاعَه تِلْفِزيونِيَّهيَبُث بالتِّلْفِزْيون
televizní vysílánívysílat
tv-udsendelse
tévéadás
sjónvarpasjónvarpsútsending
televizijos laidatelevizijos transliacijatransliuoti per televiziją
raidīt pa televīzijutelevīzijas raidījums/pārraide
televízne vysielanie
televizyon yayınıtelevizyonla yayınlamak

telecast

[ˈtelɪkɑːst] (US)
A. Nprograma m de televisión
B. VT, VItransmitir (por televisión)

telecast

[ˈtɛlikɑːst] (mainly US)

telecast

telecast

[ˈtɛlɪˌkɑːst]
2. vt & viteletrasmettere

telecast

(ˈtelikaːst) noun
a television broadcast.
verb
to broadcast on television.
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