telecast

[ tel-i-kast, -kahst ]SEE DEFINITION OF telecast

Synonyms for telecast

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What's the dope on this statement that was on telecast a few minutes ago?

He had time to wonder whether he ought to buzz Karin on the telecast.

"Only by telecast, back Sol-side," she replied, helping herself.

"Well, that telecast was a fake; that's been established," somebody on the left heckled.

Kostran will deliver his speech in dumb-show, and we'll dub the sound in and telecast them as one.

We're going to have a man impersonate Councilman Salgath on a telecast.

If we telecast it back to the Academy, Devers might get wise.

About how soon after you saw the telecast do you think you got down there?

Our terms are complete and unconditional surrender, to be telecast within one week.

Interference was scrambling the telecast waves beyond hope of intelligibility.

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