English to Xhosa Meaning of television - kumabonakude

Television :

kumabonakude, ividiyo

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Definitions of television in English
Noun(1) broadcasting visual images of stationary or moving objects(2) a telecommunication system that transmits images of objects (stationary or moving(3) an electronic device that receives television signals and displays them on a screen
Examples of television in English
(1) I thought very little of it as I got out of the bath, as I wrapped myself in dressing gown, as I walked through the house and lay down on the sofa to watch television .(2) Moreover, television is an adversarial medium that reports politics through the prism of personal conflict.(3) From there it was a small step to radio and eventually television .(4) a television camera(5) She lay on her mother's sofa, watching television and eating chocolates, then had a Chinese takeaway in the evening.(6) A series of television adverts will be broadcast as part of the Full Stop campaign, which aims to challenge and change attitudes to children.(7) Print, radio and television surround us with negative images.(8) The moment will be beamed by satellite transmission to television and radio stations around the world.(9) You can't keep sitting on the sofa all day, watching daytime television and eating chocolate chip cookies.(10) the days before television(11) The tower has a restaurant, radio and television transmitter and more.(12) The same could be said of the rapid response medium of television news - viewers are now used to seeing human destruction as it happens.(13) It was the only form of communication, as no radio or telephone, television , video or film existed then.(14) The new party television broadcasts were helping them make up their mind.(15) Both candidates agreed to use the evolving medium of television as a venue for the customary leaders' debate.(16) The steam printing press, telegraph, radio and television have all revolutionized media in some way or another.
Related Phrases of television
(1) watch television ::
bukela umabonwakude
(2) television set ::
(3) watching television ::
(4) television show ::
bonisa umabonakude
(5) television program ::
inkqubo kamabonakude
(6) cable television ::
cable kumabonakude
(7) on television ::
(8) television channel ::
channel umabonakude
(9) television series ::
series umabonakude
(10) television station ::
station umabonakude
1. TV ::
3. television set ::
Different Forms
television, televisions
Word Example from TV Shows


The Big Bang Theory Season 12, Episode 3

If I've learned anything
from British television shows on PBS...

If I've learned anything from British TELEVISION shows on PBS...

The Big Bang Theory Season 6, Episode 3

You once had Leonard and me
get your television from your ex-boyfriend.

You once had Leonard and me get your TELEVISION from your ex-boyfriend.

The Big Bang Theory Season 2, Episode 19

Captioning sponsored by

Captioning sponsored by CBS, WARNER BROS. TELEVISION

The Big Bang Theory Season 12, Episode 16

famous robes in television.GALECKI:
It's that

famous robes in TELEVISION.GALECKI: It's that

The Big Bang Theory Season 12, Episode 24

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