Translation: from spanish

televisión

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  • T√ČL√ČVISION ‚ÄĒ La t√©l√©vision est devenue un fait social de premi√®re importance puisque, dans les pays les plus d√©velopp√©s, il y avait, en 1990, environ dix r√©cepteurs de t√©l√©vision pour vingt cinq habitants. Gr√Ęce √† l‚Äô√©lectronique, certains spectacles,… ‚Ķ   Encyclop√©die Universelle

  • Television ‚ÄĒ T√©l√©vision ¬ę T√©l√© ¬Ľ et ¬ę TV ¬Ľ redirigent ici. Pour les autres significations, voir T√©l√© (homonymie) et TV (homonymie). Pour les articles homonymes, voir t√©l√©vi ‚Ķ   Wikip√©dia en Fran√ßais

  • Television ‚ÄĒ –ě—Ā–Ĺ–ĺ–≤–Ĺ–į—Ź –ł–Ĺ—Ą–ĺ—Ä–ľ–į—Ü–ł—Ź –Ė–į–Ĺ—Ä—č ‚Ä¶   –í–ł–ļ–ł–Ņ–Ķ–ī–ł—Ź

  • television ‚ÄĒ UK US /ňątel…™v…™ í…ôn/ noun [U] (also TV) ‚Ėļ COMMUNICATIONS a system of broadcasting images and sound using electrical signals, and the programmes that are shown: on (the) television ¬ĽConsumer programmes on the television have enjoyed a rise in… ‚Ķ   Financial and business terms

  • televisi√≥n ‚ÄĒ sustantivo femenino 1. √Ārea: tecnolog√≠a Uso/registro: coloquial. Sistema de transmisi√≥n de im√°genes y sonidos a distancia por medio de ondas hertzianas: programa de televisi√≥n, presentador de televisi√≥n, estudios de televisi√≥n. Veo poca… ‚Ķ   Diccionario Salamanca de la Lengua Espa√Īola

  • television ‚ÄĒ [tel‚Ä≤…ô vizhőĄ…ôn] n. [ TELE + VISION] 1. the practice or science of transmitting scenes or views by radio or, sometimes, by wire: the television transmitter, by means of a camera tube, such as an image orthicon or vidicon, converts light rays into… ‚Ķ   English World dictionary

  • Television ‚ÄĒ Sf Fernsehen (meist TV abgek√ľrzt) erw. fach. (20. Jh.) Neoklassische Bildung. Entlehnt aus ne. television; dieses ist eine Hybridbildung aus gr. tŠļĹle fern und l. visio Sicht . ¬†¬†¬†Ebenso nndl. televisie, ne. television, nfrz. t√©l√©vision, nschw.… ‚Ķ   Etymologisches W√∂rterbuch der deutschen sprache

  • television ‚ÄĒ (n.) 1907, the action of seeing by means of Hertzian waves or otherwise, what is existing or happening at a place concealed or distant from the observer s eyes [OED]; in theoretical discussions about sending images by radio transmission, formed… ‚Ķ   Etymology dictionary

  • television ‚ÄĒ ‚Ėļ NOUN 1) 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. 2) the activity, profession, or medium of broadcasting on television ‚Ķ   English terms dictionary

  • Television ‚ÄĒ actorvist adrenaline television appointment television backstory baked potato barking head begathon ‚Ķ   New words

  • Television ‚ÄĒ ¬†¬†¬†Television (TV) was only just developing at the end of the 1930s, with only one station in New York City and about 1,000 sets in operation by 1939. By 1941, there were 13 stations and the 521 lines of signal had become standard, but World War… ‚Ķ   Historical Dictionary of the Roosevelt‚ÄďTruman Era


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