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in front of the television/TV/computer etc

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishin front of the television/TV/computer etcin front of the television/TV/computer etcSITwatching a television or using a computer The average child spends three to four hours in front of the TV. I spend most of my time sitting in front of a computer. front
Examples from the Corpus
in front of the television/TV/computer etcThat night I cooked dinner and we ate in front of the television.Put three movie fans in front of the computer, start the game and quietly leave.She would install Hannah in front of the television and retreat to another room.Too many hours in front of the computer screen can destroy physical fitness.It is immoral to do the ironing in front of the television when there is a good film on.Then she went back into the living room and sat in front of the television set without turning it on.Smoke could be seen seeping in front of the television camera.
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