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rights

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishrightsrights[plural] if someone has the rights to a book, film, television programme etc, they are allowed to sell it or show itcopyrightrights to The studio bought the rights to his new book. The company paid £2 million for film rights to the book. the television rights to the Olympic Games right
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television rightsA large percentage of that will be met by television rights, sponsorships and advertising.Disney should recoup some of that on worldwide sales of television rights to the gala performance.It was like soccer's World Cup host country handing over the television rights to the visiting nations.
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