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"broadband" in American English

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broadbandnoun [U]

us   /ˈbrɔdˌbænd/
a fast internet connection that does not use telephone lines: Starbucks has entered deals that will deliver wireless broadband access in its cafes.
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"broadband" in Business English

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broadbandnoun [U]

uk   /ˈbrɔːdbænd/ us  
COMMUNICATIONS, INTERNET, IT a system for using the internet that makes it possible for large amounts of information to be sent quickly between computers: broadband internet access broadband services/networks/technology With this website you can check the coverage in your area for all providers of mobile broadband. The government had pledged to provide free broadband to low-income families. super-fast broadband
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