televise

[tel-uh-vahyz]
verb (used with object), verb (used without object), televised, televising.
to send or receive by television.

Origin:
1925–30; back formation from television

retelevise, verb (used with object), retelevised, retelevising.
untelevised, adjective
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televise (ˈtɛlɪˌvaɪz)
 
vb
1.  to put (a programme) on television
2.  (tr) to transmit (a programme, signal, etc) by television

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televise
1927 back-formation from television, on model of other verbs from nouns ending in -(v)ision (e.g. revise).
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Example sentences for televised
Interest in the debate was so high that it was televised nationally by the bbc.
The failure of the coalition led to his public and televised demission.
One is the baseball type scoreboard, which is usually used for televised games.
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