Definition of 'colour television'
Example sentences containing 'colour television'
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I found a big colour television in Ben's study, a cosy bookshelf-lined room in the far corner of the house. A RODENT OF DOUBT (2002)She saw it on the news on the large colour television Jon had proudly bought for his bride. LOOKING FOR THE SPARK (2002)For a start, it had to have a colour television and a phone in the bedroom. KICK BACK (2002)
Trends of 'colour television'
Used Rarely. colour television is in the lower 50% of commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Translations for 'colour television'
British English: colour television /ˈkʌlə ˌtɛlɪˈvɪʒ ən/ NOUN
A colour television is one that shows things in all their colours, and not just in black, white, and grey.
- American English: color television
- Arabic: تِليفزيون مُلَوَّن
- Brazilian Portuguese: televisão a cores
- Chinese: 彩色电视机
- Croatian: televizija u boji
- Czech: barevný televizor
- Danish: farvefjernsyn
- Dutch: kleurentelevisie
- European Spanish: televisión en color
- Finnish: väritelevisio
- French: télévision couleur
- German: Farbfernseher
- Greek: έγχρωμη τηλεόραση
- Italian: televisore a colori
- Japanese: カラーテレビ
- Korean: 컬러 텔레비전
- Norwegian: farge-tv
- Polish: telewizja kolorowa
- European Portuguese: televisão a cores
- Romanian: televiziune color
- Russian: цветное телевидение
- Spanish: televisión en color
- Swedish: färg-tv
- Thai: โทรทัศน์สี
- Turkish: renkli televizyon
- Ukrainian: кольорове телебачення
- Vietnamese: ti vi màu
Definition of colour television from the Collins English Dictionary
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