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Television-set

ˈtel.ɪ.vɪʒ.ən

Meanings of Television-set:

noun

A device shaped like a box with a screen that receives electrical signals and changes them into moving images and sound, or the method or business of sending images and sound by ...

Meanings of Televisional:

adjective

Of, relating to, or characteristic of television; appearing on or suitable for television.

Meanings of Televisionary:

noun

An enthusiast for television.

Usage examples:

Televisionaries are telling us to accept that ours is a post-literate world
adjective

Relating to or induced by television.

Usage examples:

Televisionary indoctrination

Meanings of Televisions:

noun

A system for converting visual images (with sound) into electrical signals, transmitting them by radio or other means, and displaying them electronically on a screen.

Usage examples:

The days before television

Meanings of Televisor:

noun

An apparatus for transmitting and receiving television pictures in which a video signal is generated by the action of light on photoconductive cells after having passed through a revolving perforated disk, this signal controlling the brightness of a neon lamp which, in conjunction with a second disk, projects an image; (originally and especially) a device of this kind designed and patented by john logie baird.

Meanings of Televisual:

adjective

Relating to or suitable for television.

Usage examples:

The world of televisual images

Meanings of Telewriter:

noun

An apparatus for transmitting and receiving handwriting in facsimile over a telephone connection.

Telex

ˈtɛlɛks

Meanings of Telex:

noun

An international system of telegraphy with printed messages transmitted and received by teleprinters using the public telecommunications network.

Usage examples:

Networks can be set up to send and receive text by telex
verb

Communicate with (someone) by telex.

Usage examples:

He had telexed ms starnes from zurich

Meanings of Telexed:

verb

Communicate with (someone) by telex.

Usage examples:

He had telexed ms starnes from zurich
noun

An international system of telegraphy with printed messages transmitted and received by teleprinters using the public telecommunications network.

Usage examples:

Networks can be set up to send and receive text by telex

Telexes

ˈtel.eks

Meanings of Telexes:

noun

An international system of telegraphy with printed messages transmitted and received by teleprinters using the public telecommunications network.

Usage examples:

Networks can be set up to send and receive text by telex
verb

Communicate with (someone) by telex.

Usage examples:

He had telexed ms starnes from zurich

Telexing

ˈtɛlɛks

Meanings of Telexing:

verb

Communicate with (someone) by telex.

Usage examples:

He had telexed ms starnes from zurich
noun

An international system of telegraphy with printed messages transmitted and received by teleprinters using the public telecommunications network.

Usage examples:

Networks can be set up to send and receive text by telex

Meanings of Telford:

proper noun

A town in shropshire, west central england, to the east of shrewsbury; population 161,700 (est. 2007). named after thomas telford, it was designated a new town in 1963.

Meanings of Telic:

adjective

(of an action or attitude) directed or tending to a definite end.

Usage examples:

Directed or telic group behaviour doesn't allow the full spectrum of social language because it's c…

Tell

tɛl

Meanings of Tell:

verb

Communicate information to someone in spoken or written words.

Usage examples:

I told her you were coming
noun

(especially in poker) an unconscious action that is thought to betray an attempted deception.

Usage examples:

But i think you could waste a poker lifetime looking for tells like those.

Meanings of Tell it to the marines:

idiom

Said when you do not believe something

Meanings of Tell off:

collocation

Reprimand

phrasal verb

Reprimand or scold someone.

Usage examples:

My parents told me off for coming home late

Meanings of Tell on:

idiom

Give away information about somebody

phrasal verb

Inform someone of the misdemeanours of someone else.

Usage examples:

Friends don't tell on each other

Meanings of Tell-a-lie:

idiom

Something you say when you have just said something wrong and want to correct it

Usage examples:

Her name is paula, no, i tell a lie (= i'm wrong) - it's pauline.

Meanings of Tell-about:

idiom

Infmli feel the same way or i have had the same experience

Usage examples:

"he's driving me crazy with his bad jokes." "tell me about it!"

Meanings of Tell-apart:

collocation

Detect with the senses

phrasal verb

To recognize the difference between people or things that are similar

Usage examples:

Many people have a hard time telling less expensive perfumes apart.

Meanings of Tell-of:

idiom

If you hear tell (of) something, someone tells you about it.

Meanings of Tell-tales:

verb

To say something to someone, esp. to give instructions or information; report

Usage examples:

[ t ] can you tell me how to get to the bus station?, [ i ] she told about her travels overseas., t…

Meanings of Tell-the-difference:

verb

To say something to someone, esp. to give instructions or information; report

Usage examples:

[ t ] can you tell me how to get to the bus station?, [ i ] she told about her travels overseas., t…

Meanings of Tell-to:

verb

To say something to someone, esp. to give instructions or information; report

Usage examples:

[ t ] can you tell me how to get to the bus station?, [ i ] she told about her travels overseas., t…

Teller

ˈtel.ər

Meanings of Teller:

noun

A person employed to deal with customers' transactions in a bank.

Usage examples:

But the only jobs they were hiring women for in the bank were tellers and secretaries.

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