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verb [transitive] simulcast pronunciation in American English /ˈsaɪm(ə)lˌkæst/
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present tense
I/you/we/theysimulcast
he/she/itsimulcasts
present participlesimulcasting
past tensesimulcast
past participlesimulcast
  1. to broadcast a program on more than one medium at the same time, or on two or more stations at the same time. For example a program could be broadcast at the same time on two different radio stations, or online and on television

    The program was simulcast in 94 countries around the world.

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 simulcast pronunciation in American English noun [countable]
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pluralsimulcasts

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