Meaning of RADIO in English
He was singing along with the car ~.
▪ CB , hand-held , portable , transistor , two-way
According to my clock ~ it was 3.30 in the morning.
▪ FM , long-wave , short-wave
▪ digital , Internet , satellite , terrestrial ( esp. AmE )
▪ army , police
▪ community , local , national , state
▪ commercial , public ( esp. AmE )
▪ drive-time , talk
VERB + RADIO
▪ listen to , tune in to
His ~ is permanently tuned to Radio 1.
▪ switch on , turn on
▪ switch off , turn off
▪ turn down , turn up
RADIO + VERB
▪ announce sth , report sth
The ~ announced that the president had been assassinated.
▪ play (sth)
▪ blare , blare out , blast , blast out
He drove along with his windows open and the ~ blaring.
RADIO + NOUN
▪ receiver , set
▪ signal , waves
▪ communication , contact , message
▪ antenna , transmitter
The troops maintained a strict ~ silence while they moved into position.
A crackle of ~ static came back through the earpiece.
▪ broadcaster , network , station
the largest ~ broadcaster in the US
▪ broadcast , programme/program , show , spot ( esp. AmE ), transmission
▪ ad , advertisement , interview , news , report , talk show ( esp. AmE )
▪ announcer , DJ , host ( esp. AmE ), personality , reporter
The song is currently getting heavy ~ airplay.
▪ amateur , ham
The distress call was picked up by a young ~ ham.
It was fascinating to listen to the ~ chatter from the ships.
▪ drama , play
▪ astronomy , telescope
▪ by ~
The message was sent by ~.
▪ on the ~
We were listening to a show on the ~.
Oxford Collocations English Dictionary. Оксфордский английский словарь словосочетаний . 2012