Definition of live-stream in English:

live-stream

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verb

[with object]
Transmit or receive live video and audio coverage of (an event) over the Internet: you can live-stream the performance from your computer
More example sentences
  • The service is better for live-streaming the Olympics.
  • You can watch for the white smoke from the comfort of your own home right here at our website - we're live-streaming it for you.
  • The show will be live-streamed here every day.

noun

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A live transmission of an event over the Internet: a livestream of Saturday’s concert will run from 6:30 p.m.
More example sentences
  • Monitor their every movement with a rather tedious live-stream of CCTV footage.
  • Journalists and observers will watch proceedings from behind bullet-proof glass, or via a live-stream at a US military intelligence base in Virginia.
  • The difference to any other live-stream of a show during a fashion week was that this one was online-only.

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