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English definition of “HDTV”

HDTV

[C/U] (plural HDTVs)
abbreviation for high-definition television (= a type of television that shows clear, high-quality pictures on a wider screen than standard television): [C] Consumers have bought 10 million HDTVs but have found little to watch. HDTV is also the programs you watch or the business of broadcasting them: [U] There’s no HDTV on our local channels.
(Definition of HDTV from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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