Examples of television in a Sentence
people who turn on the television the minute they walk in the door
Recent Examples of television from the Web
Slack, the work chat software company, is 51 miles away from eBay in the real world, but next door on television.
Not get arrested, not grab my crotch on live television, all that stuff.
Prices used to be published once a day; today, they're streamed all day long in real time on your television, computer or smartphone screen.
But their star, Rob Schneider, is still among us, popping up here and there in movies and on television, and returning to his standup roots.
In 2013, Chip and Joanna brought their Texas spirit and shiplap to HGTV, and our televisions/Pinterest boards have never been quite the same.
The wedding was broadcast on television and seen by around 750 million people around the world.
Hill remembers watching the Final Four on television at his grandparents’ house on Commonwealth Avenue in 1977, when the 49ers’lost to Marquette in a heartbreaking semifinal game in Atlanta.
Supporters of Berlusconi argued after midnight on Monday on television that his coalition had essentially won the election.
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Origin and Etymology of television
First Known Use: 1900See Words from the same year
TELEVISION Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of television for English Language Learners
: an electronic system of sending images and sounds by a wire or through space
: a piece of equipment with a screen that receives images and sounds sent by television
: programs that are broadcast by television
TELEVISION Defined for Kids
Definition of television for Students
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