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television
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English - Vietnamese Dictionary
television /'teli,viʤn/
  • danh từ
    • sự truyền hình
      • television set: máy truyền hình
Concise Dictionary
televisionsnoun
+broadcasting visual images of stationary or moving objects
+an electronic device that receives television signals and displays them on a screen
+a telecommunication system that transmits images of objects (stationary or moving) between distant points

Thesaurus Dictionary
n.
TV, video (receiver), small screen, Colloq box, idiot box, Brit telly, US boob tube, Slang tube, Brit goggle-box:
My television was not working over the weekend.
Advanced English Dictionary
(abbreviation TV)
+ noun
1 (also television set) (also BrE informal telly) [C] a piece of electrical equipment with a screen on which you can watch programmes with moving pictures and sounds: a colour television + to turn the television on / off
2 (also BrE informal telly) [U] the programmes broadcast on television: We don't do much in the evenings except watch television.
3 [U] the system, process or business of broadcasting television programmes: satellite / terrestrial / digital television + the television news + a television series / documentary + a television company / presenter + I'd like to work in television (= for a television company).
See also - CABLE TELEVISION, CLOSED-CIRCUIT TELEVISION
Idioms: on (the) television (also informal on TV) (also BrE informal on the telly) being broadcast by television; appearing in a television programme: What's on television tonight? + Is there anything good on the telly tonight? + It was on TV yesterday. + I recognize you. Aren't you on television?
Collocation Dictionary
noun

ADJ.

cable, closed-circuit, digital, high-definition, satellite, terrestrial | commercial, state | local, national | live
Millions watched the events on live television.
| black-and-white, colour | portable

VERB + TELEVISION

watch
The children watched television for most of the evening.

TELEVISION + VERB

broadcast sth, screen sth
The state television screened pictures of the trial.

TELEVISION + NOUN

chat show, comedy, documentary, drama, film, news, programme, series, show | debate, interview | advert/advertisement, commercial | audience, viewer | personality, presenter | actor, director | character | cameraman, crew | journalist | appearance
She recalled her first television appearance forty years ago.
| career | coverage, exposure
The Olympics receive extensive television coverage.
| adaptation
a television adaptation of the popular novel
| camera | aerial | channel, network, station | licence | business, company, industry, service | monitor, receiver, set | screen | aerial

PREP.

in ~
She works in television.
| in front of the ~
He spends hours in front of the television every night.
| on ~
We were watching the news on television.



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