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|past tense||broadcast or broadcasted|
|past participle||broadcast or broadcasted|
The President’s speech will be broadcast on all major networks at 6:00 this evening.
NBC will be broadcasting the game live from Chicago.
You don’t have to broadcast my news to the whole world!
This is the American English definition of broadcast. View British English definition of broadcast.