sportscast
noun Etymology: sport + broadcast Date: 1941 a radio or television broadcast of a sports event or of information about sports • sportscaster noun

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • sportscast — (n.) 1938, from SPORTS (Cf. sports) + ending from BROADCAST (Cf. broadcast) …   Etymology dictionary

  • sportscast — ☆ sportscast [spôrts′kast΄, spôrts′käst΄ ] n. a sports broadcast, esp. of sports news, on radio or television sportscaster n …   English World dictionary

  • sportscast — UK [ˈspɔː(r)tsˌkɑːst] / US [ˈspɔrtsˌkæst] noun [countable] Word forms sportscast : singular sportscast plural sportscasts American a radio or television programme about sport Derived word: sportscaster noun countable Word forms sportscaster :… …   English dictionary

  • sportscast — [[t]spɔ͟ː(r)tskɑːst, kæst[/t]] sportscasts N COUNT A sportscast is a radio or television broadcast of a sporting event. [mainly AM] …   English dictionary

  • sportscast — sportscaster, n. /spawrts kast , kahst , spohrts /, n. a radio or television program consisting of sports news or of a running description of a sports event. [1940 45; SPORTS + (BROAD)CAST] * * * …   Universalium

  • sportscast — noun The part of a news program reporting on sports and athletics …   Wiktionary

  • sportscast — Synonyms and related words: beam, broadcast, canned show, commercial, commercial program, electrical transcription, network show, newscast, radiate, radio, radio fare, radiobroadcast, rebroadcast, rerun, send, serial, shortwave, sign off, sign on …   Moby Thesaurus

  • sportscast — sports|cast [ˈspo:tska:st US ˈspo:rtskæst] n AmE [Date: 1900 2000; Origin: sports + broadcast] a television broadcast of a sports game …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • sportscast — sports|cast [ spɔrts,kæst ] noun count AMERICAN a radio or television program about sports ╾ sports|cast|er noun count …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • sportscast — n. sporting news or a sporting event that is broadcast on radio or television …   English contemporary dictionary

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