tr.v. re·broad·cast or re·broad·cast·ed, re·broad·cast·ing, re·broad·casts
1. To repeat the broadcast of (a program).
2. To receive and send out (a broadcast) again.
A broadcast that is repeated or that is relayed from another station.
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Indo-European & Semitic Roots Appendices
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