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American English: /ˈkəv(ə)rɪdʒ/
British English: /ˈkʌv(ə)rɪdʒ/

Translation of coverage in Spanish:


  • 1 (physical) (television/cell phone)
    cobertura (feminine) televisiva/de telefonía celular (Latin America) or (Spain) móvil
    Example sentences
    • But this only applied to that company, since there were no other private stations with nation-wide coverage.
    • The show will also receive national radio coverage, with the station broadcasting live from the exhibition.
    • Beacon Hill brings approximately 177,000 people into BBC national digital radio coverage for the first time.
    Example sentences
    • The increased number of detectors and tube rotation times combine to give faster coverage of a given volume of tissue.
    • These provide thermal and acoustical insulation, strength with low weight, and coverage with few heat loss paths.
    • Then came the drought, with some events threatened by the lack of rain and grass coverage on the playing fields.
  • 2 (treatment) See examples:news coverage the wide coverage of these events
    la amplia cobertura de estos acontecimientos
    there will be live coverage of the game
    el partido será transmitido or (Spain) retransmitido en directo
    Example sentences
    • I agree that media coverage of the issue too often has been laden with generalizations, hyperbole and sensational images.
    • On the other hand, maybe these sessions were merely held to procure media coverage for the issue, in order to affect the election.
    • Media coverage of hot-button issues usually skirts this aspect of them.

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