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cathode ray tubenoun [C]

(abbreviation CRT)  /ˈkæθ·oʊd ˌreɪ ˌtub/
physics a tube-shaped part in a television or computer screen, inside which a flow of electrons (= small pieces of an atom) is produced to create the images or text
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