coverage


coverage
noun
1 reporting of news/sports
ADJECTIVE
considerable, extensive, massive

There's been massive television coverage of the World Cup.

around-the-clock (esp. AmE), non-stop, round-the-clock, wall-to-wall (esp. AmE)
comprehensive, full, gavel-to-gavel (= from the beginning to the end) (AmE)
detailed, in-depth
wide, widespread
international, local, national, worldwide
prime-time
limited
saturation
media, news, newspaper, press, radio, television, TV

The TV company was given a special award for its news coverage.

live

There's live coverage of the game on TV.

exclusive
balanced, biased
favourable/favorable, negative, positive
election, sports, war, etc.
VERB + COVERAGE
give sth, provide (sth with)

The resignation was given widespread coverage.

attract, get, have, receive

The wedding had wide press coverage.

dominate

The story dominated local news coverage.

read, watch
COVERAGE + VERB
focus on sth

Media coverage of the march focused on the few fights that broke out.

PREPOSITION
coverage of
2 (AmE) insurance against sth ⇨ See also ↑cover
ADJECTIVE
insurance
dental, health, health-care, medical, prescription, prescription-drug
liability
universal
VERB + COVERAGE
offer, provide
buy, get, have, obtain, purchase
expand, extend

the possibility of expanding health-care coverage to all

lose

People fear losing coverage if they switch employers.

PREPOSITION
coverage for

Business liability protection will provide coverage for damages in the event of a legal claim.


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