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television

noun /ˈteliviʒən/
the sending of pictures from a distance, and the reproduction of them on a screen
televisión
We saw it on television.
( also television set) an apparatus with a screen for receiving these pictures
televisor, televisión
He switched off the television.
televise /-vaiz/ verb to send a picture of by television
televisar
The football match was televised.
(Definition of television from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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