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col·or·cast

 (kŭl′ər-kăst′)
v. col·or·cast or col·or·cast·ed, col·or·cast·ing, col·or·casts
v.tr.
To broadcast (a television program) in color.
v.intr.
To televise a program in color.
n.
A television program broadcast in color.

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col•or•cast

(ˈkʌl ərˌkæst, -ˌkɑst)

n.
1. a television program broadcast in color.
v.t., v.i.
2. to broadcast or televise in color.
[1945–50]
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.colorcast - a television program that is broadcast in color
television program, television show, TV program, TV show - a program broadcast by television
Verb1.colorcast - broadcast in color
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
telecast, televise - broadcast via television; "The Royal wedding was televised"
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Translations

colorcast

[ˈkʌləkɑːst] (US)
A. Nprograma m de TV en color
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