re|broad|cast

re|broad|cast «ree BRD KAST, -KAHST», verb, -cast or -cast|ed, -cast|ing, noun.
–v.t., v.i.
1. to broadcast again or anew: »

His radio messages…are now translated and rebroadcast (Newsweek).

2. to relay by broadcast (messages, speeches, or music, received from a broadcasting station).
–n.
a program, message, or the like, rebroadcast: »

Rebroadcasts of earlier Playhouse 90 productions on tape and film were to follow (New Yorker).


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