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dead air

noun [U]   US
a period of silence during a radio or television broadcast that is not intended (廣播或電視播映時因故障導致的)意外中斷 Programmes and other broadcasts
Translations of “dead air”
in Chinese (Simplified) (广播或电视播出因故障导致的)意外中断…
(Definition of dead air from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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