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pay-per-viewnoun [U]

uk   /ˌpeɪpəˈvjuː/ us   abbreviation PPV
COMMUNICATIONS a system for watching television in which people pay for the particular programmes that they watch: pay-per-view television In addition to showing live games there will be pay-per-view, and a deal offering Saturday night highlights.
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