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respeaker

respeaker  n.— «In live closed-captioned broadcasts, staffers called respeakers translate the original audio content into speech-recognition software that creates the closed captions.» —“NHK to add closed captions to...

noofter

noofter n. a homosexual. Etymological Note: Popularized by the British television program Only Fools and Horses, first broadcast in 1981. Possibly a blend of nance or nancy and poofter. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

broadcatching

broadcatching  n.— «“You can’t monitor 400 Web sites in a day, but with RSS, you can find out if anything has changed on 400 Web sites,” Gallagher said, adding that the process has earned a buzzword: “broadcatching”...

moneyball

moneyball n. a derisive name for a sport (especially baseball) in which skill and fans seem secondary to money, esp. a sport in which teams, hoping to secure winning seasons and the resulting broadcasting and merchandising incomes, negotiate...

bicho

bicho  n.— «Papaya, tortilla and bicho, farewell.…In some Spanish-speaking countries, the words above are slang for the female sex organ, lesbian sex and the male sex organ, respectively.» —“Spanish-language broadcasters watch...

tortilla

tortilla  n.— «Papaya, tortilla and bicho, farewell.…In some Spanish-speaking countries, the words above are slang for the female sex organ, lesbian sex and the male sex organ, respectively.» —“Spanish-language broadcasters...

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