shock radio/TV

Definition of shock radio/TV

  1. :  radio/television programs that are meant to shock and usually offend people

Word by Word Definitions

shockplay
  1. :  a pile of sheaves of grain or stalks of corn set up in a field with the butt ends down

  1. :  to collect into shocks

  1. :  the impact or encounter of individuals or groups in combat

    :  a violent shake or jar :  concussion

    :  an effect of such violence

  1. :  to strike with surprise, terror, horror, or disgust

    :  to cause to undergo a physical or nervous shock

    :  to subject to the action of an electrical discharge

  1. :  bushy, shaggy

  1. :  a thick bushy mass (as of hair)

radioplay
  1. :  of, relating to, or operated by radiant energy

    :  of or relating to electric currents or phenomena (such as electromagnetic radiation) of frequencies between about 3000 hertz and 300 gigahertz

    :  of, relating to, or used in radio or a radio set

  1. :  the wireless transmission and reception of electric impulses or signals by means of electromagnetic waves

    :  the use of these waves for the wireless transmission of electric impulses into which sound is converted

    :  a radio message

  1. :  to send or communicate by radio

    :  to send a radio message to

    :  to send or communicate something by radio


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