American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. Television.
- n. metrology Symbol for the teravolt, an SI unit of electromotive force equal to 1012 volts.
- n. The ISO 3166-1 two-letter (alpha-2) code for Tuvalu.
- n. television
- n. transvestite
- n. broadcasting visual images of stationary or moving objects
- n. an electronic device that receives television signals and displays them on a screen
“Yesterday, The Globe's TV columnist John Doyle, writing from the vantage point of what he calls his TV Cranny, found this effort positively creepy.”
“Source: al-Rafedin TV, Arabic language Iraqi TV*, February 24, 2010”
“VH1's vibrant music and lifestyle programming resonates very well with the core demographics of PRN's TV Wall and Checkout TV® Network platforms," said Jonathan Rosen, PRN vice president of content strategy and development.”
“VH1's vibrant music and lifestyle programming resonates very well with the core demographics of PRN's TV Wall and Checkout TV® Network platforms," said Jonathan”
“Zac: Turn on the TV * hangs up* Joe: * turns on the TV* Newswoman: A young boy around 16 named Nick”
“Zac: Turn on the TV * hangs up* Joe: * turns on the TV* Newswoman: A young boy around 16 named Nick Jonas was hit by a car just a few minutes ago, he seems to have been pregnant, he is being transported to St. Judes hospital as we speak”
“APT's vast video library on PRN's TV Wall and Checkout TV® Networks in leading retail stores nationwide.”
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“We put big boys Apple TV and Archos TV+ head to head.”
“ONE TV PROGRAMME - TWO SCREENS •TV PRESENTING BROADCAST CONTENT TV •PC PRESENTING ADDITIONAL RELEVANT WEB-BASED INFORMATION WEB BASED Complement broadcast content with web content Create an integrated multi-media experience Engage viewers with contests, blogs, on-line ordering, surveys, feedback Provide a synchronized on-air / web sell to advertisers 8-May-09”
These user-created lists contain the word ‘TV’.
All these terms have a (different) American English equivalent. Wonder if you can identify them?
Words from Willy Wonka.
Looking for tweets for TV.