voicecast

noun

Definition of voicecast

:radio broadcast of the speaking voice

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Origin and Etymology of voicecast

1voice + -cast (as in broadcast)


voice cast

noun

Definition of voice cast

:the set of actors who voice the characters in an animated film, television show, or video game
  • The movie boasts a strong voice cast, a crowd-pleasingly funny premise and an animation style that's solid and bright but not exactly groundbreaking.
  • —Thomas J. McLeanHollywood Reporter3 Dec. 2009

First Known Use of voice cast

1939


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