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Meaning of “TV” in the English Dictionary

"TV" in British English

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TVnoun [C or U]

uk   us   /ˌtiːˈviː/
A1 abbreviation fortelevision: We ​ate in ​front of (= while ​watching) the TV. What's on TV ​tonight? You watch too much TV! TV ​personalities

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(Definition of TV from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

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TVnoun [C]

abbreviation fortelevision
(Definition of TV from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “TV”
in Korean 텔레비전…
in Arabic تِليفِزْيون…
in Malaysian TV…
in French télé…
in Russian телевизор…
in Chinese (Traditional) 電視(機)…
in Italian TV, tivù…
in Turkish televizyon…
in Polish telewizja…
in Spanish tele…
in Vietnamese máy vô tuyến truyền hình…
in Portuguese TV…
in Thai โทรทัศน์ (คำย่อของ television)…
in German TV, der Fernseher…
in Catalan tele…
in Japanese テレビ…
in Chinese (Simplified) 电视(机)…
in Indonesian televisi…
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