Examples of televise in a Sentence
The same network will televise the tournament next year.
Recent Examples of televise from the Web
For a few years, Metro televised every minute of the 31-game NAIA men’s basketball tournament.
But his name that evening won’t be mentioned with the others, just at it won’t be recognized 24 hours later when individuals are introduced at Saturday nationally-televised induction.
But would anyone be surprised if the NFL finds a way to televise (and, thus, monetize) certain teams’ rookie camps?
In effect, televised college sports are a product, and that product is in wide demand today.
An epic last-lap brawl among three drivers in the 1979 Daytona 500, televised nationally, also riveted new viewers.
Figures are expected to be beaten once more when England take to the field on Saturday for their first World Cup quarter-final since 2006 as the game will be televised live on BBC One.
The change is much deeper than not being able to televise live games from Russia.
Robin Marchant/Getty Images The story behind the episode is that Bobby Kennedy was killed on a Wednesday night, and his funeral was to be televised that Saturday.
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TELEVISE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of televise for English Language Learners
: to broadcast (something) by television
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