podcast

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English[edit]

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Etymology[edit]

Blend of iPod and broadcast.

Noun[edit]

podcast (plural podcasts)

  1. A audio programme produced on a regular basis, delivered over the Internet in a compressed digital format and designed for playback on computers or portable digital audio players, such as the iPod.

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  • The term podcast refers to the programme itself; each individual audio recording is referred to as an episode.

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Verb[edit]

podcast (third-person singular simple present podcasts, present participle podcasting, simple past and past participle podcast)

  1. (transitive) To deliver (an audio programme) over the internet on a regular basis.
  2. (transitive) simple past tense and past participle of podcast.

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Finnish[edit]

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From English

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podcast

  1. A podcast.

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French[edit]

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podcast m (plural podcasts)

  1. (Internet, neologism) podcast

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Polish[edit]

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  • podkast

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English podcast

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podcast m

  1. podcast

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