television set

  1. an electronic device that receives television signals and displays them on a screen
    the British call a tv set a telly
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How To Use television set In A Sentence

  • If you are intelligent and disciplined enough to read dense books, then why do you lack faith in your own abilities to show discipline with a television set?
  • Naturally the availability of what we have today was unthought of and in most cases seemed impossible, but most television sets were capable of providing at least up to four basic channels.
  • Multimedia is the attempt to make computers behave like television sets, only interactively.
  • Every day in every way there's enough to make one throw the newspaper across the room, heave a brick at the television set.
  • Each section features easily identifiable icons such as a clapperboard to indicate the locations for films and television sets, or a gold star to represent the birthplace of a celebrity to make the guide quick and simple to read.
  • She can't remember what magazines and newspapers she reads and her television set is permanently locked on Fox News. ender Palin: 'I will forever question' Rev. Wright strategy
  • We had a small side room with a slouchy couch and a television set.
  • Listening to radio through digital television sets, whether by digital satellite or digital cable, has become increasingly popular over recent years.
  • In the past, of course, no public subsidy was needed for the poor to purchase television sets.
  • That company is a producer of television sets.
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