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noun [uncountable] coverage pronunciation in American English /ˈkʌv(ə)rɪdʒ/

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  1. 1
    news about something on television or radio or in the newspapers
    You can see live coverage of all the main Olympic events.
    1. a.
      used about the amount of attention that television, radio, and newspapers give to something, or the way in which something is reported
      The murder has received extensive media coverage.
      Their coverage of the riot was criticized for ignoring its causes.
  2. 2
    American the amount and type of protection that an insurance agreement gives you
    a policy that aims to give you more comprehensive coverage

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