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on (the) television

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishon (the) televisionon (the) televisionTELEVISION/RADIObroadcast or being broadcast on television What’s on television tonight? television
Examples from the Corpus
on (the) televisionLater that evening we watched it all on television again.They arrived together, dressed with the studied perfection only achieved by gangsters and people about to appear on television.Keep your eyes peeled for policies, they don't show up so brightly on television.He accused witnesses of fabricating sensational testimony just to get their faces on television.He had seen her on television.For years the central axiom of modern campaigning has been that elections are won and lost on television.Viewers come to feel they know the people they meet on television almost as well as they know their friends and associates.Naptime was from four to five, and then he watched the evening news on television in the recreation room.
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