|cable television||community antenna television|
|(Slang) script writer, person who writes scripts (for movies, plays, television shows, etc.)||scripter|
|19thC warship, check regularly for developments, check the quality of transmitted signals, closed-circuit television set, computer program, computer video display, giant, listen to broadcasts or telephone conversations, monitor lizard, nozzle, school s...||monitor|
|a radio or television antenna designed to transmit or receive signals in or from a particular direction||beam antenna|
|a showing in a cinema, a showing on television, act of covering or camouflaging; act of filtering or sorting; concealment; division, act of partitioning; projection (of a film), protecting screens, sifted material, test for disease, wire mesh||screening|
|A term used to refer to guests on the PBS television show "Wall Street Week" who are technical analysts attempting to predict the direction of stock prices over the next six months.||Elves|
|a trademark for a device showing text for somebody speaking on television to read||TelePrompTer|
|a trademark for a portable, shoulder-mounted television camera used in outside broadcasts||Minicam|
|a trademark for a system for recording television programs in the home, Video Home System; 1/2-inch videotape format, worldwide standard for home video recorders (developed by Matsushita)||VHS|
|abbreviation for television||tv (television)|
|act as a master of ceremonies; introduce television acts or cabarets or other performances, act as compere, host, person that introduces television acts or cabarets or other performances||compere|
|act of placing one thing above or on top of another; act of adding to; act of combining in such a way that both images are seen simultaneously (Television, Film)||superimposition|
|add onto something, lay something over something, place something above or on top of something else; add to; combine in such a way that both images are seen simultaneously (Television, Film)||superimpose|
|adjust mechanical parts accurately, cable car, silk thread, streetcar, streetcar; cart run on tracks in a coal mine, vehicle in coal mine||tram|
|advertisement on radio or television, done for profit, for industrial use, paid for with advertising, pertaining to buying and selling, pertaining to business, relating to commerce, suitable for trading, television or radio advertisement||commercial|
|aircraft that is supported in flight by an unpowered rotary wing or rotor and is moved through the air by either an engine-powered propeller or a tow cable||autogyro|
|American cable television channel which broadcasts shows of interest to African Americans||BET (Black Entertainment Television)|
|American cable television channel which broadcasts shows of interest to African-Americans, BET||Black Entertainment Television|
|American Federation of Television and Radio Artists||AFTRA|
|American television broadcasting network||NBC (National Broadcasting Corporation)|
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EUdict (European dictionary) is a collection of online dictionaries for the languages spoken mostly in Europe. These dictionaries are the result of the work of many authors who worked very hard and finally offered their product free of charge on the internet thus making it easier to all of us to communicate with each other. Some of the dictionaries have only a few thousand words, others have more than 320,000. Some of the words may be incorrectly translated or mistyped.
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