television
[tεlɪ'vɪʒən]

noun

[Definition]: the device recieves signals and with a screen to show the results

[Example Sentences]:
1. Watching television and movies increased from 2.57 hours to 2.8.
2. The case has the potential to bring big changes to the television industry.
3. The Apple television should be designed so it could be used in the corporate world with ease.
4. YouTube is going to look much less like television in other ways.
5. It can also be used to deliver second screen content during movies and television shows.
6. There are more ways to watch television online than ever.
7. Egyptian state television also reported that the men were killed execution-style.
8. The games will continue to be available on television as well.
9. If Apple were to deliver all of these features, its television would be expensive.
10. The new Netflix television experiences will be available to all members globally within two weeks.
11. The Houthis earlier claimed they had taken over the state television building in the city.
12. Iranian state television announced the release of the four prisoners on Saturday but gave no names.
13. He confirmed a report on Greek television which first revealed the plan Saturday morning.
14. Where you plan to put your new television will point you toward what size set you need.
15. When you see it on television, you get the impression that we are all bad.

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