television translate to Traditional Chinese: Cambridge Dictionary

Translation of "television" - English-Traditional Chinese dictionary


noun [C or U]
/ˈtel.ɪ.vɪʒ.ən/ /ˌ--ˈ--/ US  /-ə-/ ( also TV, UK informal telly)
a device shaped like a box with a screen which receives electrical signals and changes them into moving images and sound, or the method or business of sending images and sound by electrical signals
a colour/black-and-white television
Could you turn the television down?
It's one of the few television programmes that I always make a point of watching.
Is there anything interesting on television tonight?
Clare has worked in television since she left college.
Your problem is that you watch too much television.
(Definition of television from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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