Definition of televise
: to broadcast (something, such as a baseball game) by television
: to broadcast by television
Examples of televise in a Sentence
The same network will televise the tournament next year.
Recent Examples of televise from the Web
ESPN will carry Dallas’ matchup with Phoenix , and NBA TV will televise the Mavericks’ games against Chicago and Miami.
Right-handed reliever Jimmy Herget will join him on the United States team in the game played two days before the All-Star Game and televised live on MLB Network.
Summer league games are televised on NBA TV, so Pistons fans will get their first looks at Kennard, the shooting guard from Duke who was selected Thursday night.
This year's event is scheduled to begin at 6 p.m. from the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, televised by ESPN.
Spicer spoke with members of the media for 34 minutes Monday in an appearance that the White House barred from being televised or recorded.
The NHL expansion draft and Vegas’ initial roster will be unveiled during Wednesday’s televised NHL Awards Show.
Harry Shipp missed the last couple of games with a hip flexor problem, but will start in the midfield for Saturday’s game, televised nationally on ESPN.
The team's all-time record is 110-32 and some games are televised in the Pittsburgh region.
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Origin and Etymology of televise
back-formation from television
First Known Use: 1927See Words from the same year
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Definition of televise for English Language Learners
: to broadcast (something) by television
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Definition of televise for Students
: to send (a program) by television
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