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pay-per-view

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Definition of pay-per-view in English:

noun

[mass noun]
A television service in which viewers are required to pay a fee in order to watch a specific programme: [as modifier]: pay-per-view movies
More example sentences
  • The wrestling event was televised live on pay-per-view cable television and was seen around the country.
  • Erik was out running and Kallie and Nick were back at the hotel, watching pay-per-view on the hotel television.
  • You also lose the ability to order pay-per-view programs and watch movies and other shows on demand.

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