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Coverage vs. Broadcast

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Coveragenoun

An amount by which something or someone is covered.

‘Don't go to lunch if we don't have enough coverage for the help-desk phones.’; ‘Before laying sod on that clay, the ground needs two inches of coverage with topsoil.’; ‘The enemy fire is increasing – can we get some immediate coverage from those bunkers?’; ‘There are overlapping coverages on your insurance policies.’;

Broadcastadjective

Cast or scattered widely in all directions.

Coveragenoun

The amount of space or time given to an event in newspapers or on television.

Broadcastadjective

Communicated, signalled, or transmitted through radio waves or electronic means.

Coveragenoun

(genetics) The average number of reads representing a given nucleotide in the reconstructed sequence.

Broadcastadjective

Relating to transmissions of messages or signals through radio waves or electronic means.

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Coveragenoun

The area covered by a mobile phone (cellphone) or other radio network.

Broadcastadverb

Widely in all directions.

Coveragenoun

The signal strength, reception of a radio signal.

‘Mobile phone coverage is poor in some areas.’;

Broadcastadverb

By having its seeds sown over a wide area.

Coveragenoun

Journalism: the attention given by the press or news media about some news; the total of stories published or broadcast about a topic.

Broadcastnoun

A transmission of a radio or television programme intended to be received by anyone with a receiver.

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Coveragenoun

(sports) Defense.

Broadcastnoun

A programme (bulletin, documentary, show, etc.) so transmitted.

Coveragenoun

the range of items covered. Coverage may be small (narrow coverage}, or large (broad coverage or wide coverage).

Broadcastnoun

The act of scattering seed; a crop grown from such seed.

Coveragenoun

The aggregate of risks covered by the terms of a contract of insurance.

Broadcastverb

(transitive) To transmit a message or signal through radio waves or electronic means.

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Coveragenoun

the state of being insured; insurance.

Broadcastverb

(transitive) To transmit a message over a wide area; specifically, to send an email in a single transmission to a (typically large) number of people.

Coveragenoun

the areas reached by a radio transmission signal, or group of people reached by a communications medium, such as television or a newspaper.

Broadcastverb

(intransitive) To appear as a performer, presenter, or speaker in a broadcast programme.

Coveragenoun

the range of topics treated in a discourse or document, or the depth to which a subject is discussed; as, a news program may have extensive coverage of an event.

Broadcastverb

To sow seeds over a wide area.

Coveragenoun

the news as presented by reporters for newspapers or radio of television; as, they accused the paper of biased coverage of race relations.

Broadcastnoun

A casting or throwing seed in all directions, as from the hand in sowing.

Coveragenoun

the total amount and type of insurance carried

Broadcastnoun

an act of broadcasting; specifically, a program in which sounds or images are transmitted in all directions from a radio or television station; - usually referring to a scheduled program on a commercial or public service radio or television station, using the normal radio frequencies for those media, in contrast to a radiotelephone conversation, which may also be transmitted in all directions, but is intended for receipt by a base station in the telephone network.

Coveragenoun

the extent to which something is covered;

‘the dictionary's coverage of standard English is excellent’;

Broadcastadjective

Cast or dispersed in all directions, as seed from the hand in sowing; widely diffused.

Coveragenoun

the news as presented by reporters for newspapers or radio or television;

‘they accused the paper of biased coverage of race relations’;

Broadcastadjective

Scattering in all directions (as a method of sowing); - opposed to planting in hills, or rows.

Broadcastadverb

So as to scatter or be scattered in all directions; so as to spread widely, as seed from the hand in sowing, or news from the press.

Broadcastverb

to cast or disperse in all directions, as seed from the hand in sowing; to diffuse widely.

Broadcastverb

to transmit (sounds, images, or other signals) in all directions from a radio or television station.

Broadcastverb

to disseminate (information, a speech, an advertisement, etc.) from a radio or television station.

Broadcastverb

to spread (information, news, gossip) widely by any means.

Broadcastnoun

message that is transmitted by radio or television

Broadcastnoun

a radio or television show;

‘did you see his program last night?’;

Broadcastverb

broadcast over the airwaves, as in radio or television;

‘We cannot air this X-rated song’;

Broadcastverb

sow over a wide area, especially by hand;

‘broadcast seeds’;

Broadcastverb

cause to become widely known;

‘spread information’; ‘circulate a rumor’; ‘broadcast the news’;

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