TV

noun
\ˈtē-ˈvē \

Definition of TV 

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Definition of TV (Entry 2 of 2)

transvestite

Examples of TV in a Sentence

Noun

We need a new TV. Do you want to watch some TV before bed?

First Known Use of TV

Noun

1945, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for TV

Noun

television

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Phrases Related to TV

on TV

shock radio/TV

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The first known use of TV was in 1945

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TV

noun
\ˈtē-ˈvē \

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exaggeratedly or childishly emotional

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