cablecast

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ca·ble·cast

 (kā′bəl-kăst′)
n.
A telecast by cable television.


ca′ble·cast′ v.
ca′ble·cast′er n.
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cablecast

(ˈkeɪbəlˌkɑːst)
n
(Telecommunications) the transmission of a TV programme via a cable system
vb (tr)
(Telecommunications) to transmit (a TV programme) via a cable system
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ca•ble•cast

(ˈkeɪ bəlˌkæst, -ˌkɑst)

n., v. -cast or cast•ed, cast•ing. n.
1. a television broadcast via cable television.
v.t., v.i.
2. to broadcast via cable television.
[1965–70; cable + (broad) cast]
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Translations

cablecast

[ˈkeɪblˌkɑːst]
B. VTemitir por cable
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