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Meaning of “free-to-air” in the English Dictionary

"free-to-air" in British English

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free-to-airadjective

uk   us   UK
Free-to-air ​television or ​radioprogrammes are ​broadcast to everyone and can be ​watched for ​free.
(Definition of free-to-air from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

"free-to-air" in Business English

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free-to-airadjective

uk   us   ( abbreviation FTA) COMMUNICATIONS
free-to-air ​television or radio ​services are ones that you do not have to ​pay for: free-to-air ​mobile TV FTA ​satellitechannels
(Definition of free-to-air from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “free-to-air”
in Chinese (Simplified) 免费收看(收听)的(电视、电台节目)…
in Chinese (Traditional) (電視、電台節目)免費收看(收聽)的…
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