Definition of 'reality TV'
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So is he to blame for introducing reality TV here? Times, Sunday Times (2016)Most of what the media are covering is just reality TV. Times, Sunday Times (2017)The Finnish reality TV hit is the most likely pop star out of this bunch. The Sun (2016)That's enough reality TV for me. Times, Sunday Times (2016)And you really don't get lower than reality TV shows. Times, Sunday Times (2016)You can do reality TV, but those reality people will all be gone in a couple of years. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Which reality TV series uses all nine letters? The Sun (2015)Her doomed marriage to the singer became the focus of a reality TV series. Times, Sunday Times (2013)But this was not drama but reality TV. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Give that man a reality TV programme now. Times, Sunday Times (2006)She decided to go on a reality TV show. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Second, these reality TV shows give you a sort of fake drama. Times, Sunday Times (2013)He is making a reality TV series, and is about to host his own chat show. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Reality TV or period drama? Times, Sunday Times (2015)Their approach: a reality TV show in which the two congressmen are stranded on a remote island together for one week. Christianity Today (2000)
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Translations for 'reality TV'
British English: reality TV /riːˈælɪtɪ tiːˈviː/ NOUN
Reality TV is a type of television which aims to show how ordinary people behave in everyday life, or in situations, often created by the programme makers, which are intended to be like everyday life.
- American English: reality TV
- Arabic: تِلِفِزْيُون الوَاقِع
- Brazilian Portuguese: show de TV reality
- Chinese: 真实电视
- Croatian: reality TV
- Czech: reality show
- Danish: reality-tv
- Dutch: reality-tv
- European Spanish: tele-realidad
- Finnish: tosi-TV
- French: télé-réalité
- German: Reality TV
- Greek: ριάλιτι σόου
- Italian: reality show
- Japanese: リアリティーテレビ番組
- Korean: 리얼리티 TV 쇼
- Norwegian: reality-TV
- Polish: reality TV
- European Portuguese: reality show
- Romanian: emisiune TV neregizată
- Russian: телепрограммы реального жанра
- Spanish: tele reality
- Swedish: reality-TV
- Thai: รายการทีวีที่แสดงสภาพความเป็นจริง
- Turkish: realite televizyonu
- Ukrainian: телепередачі реального жанру
- Vietnamese: chương trình tivi thực tế
Definition of reality TV from the Collins English Dictionary
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