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tele- British & World English

To or at a distance

Tele British & World English

A Fender Telecaster electric guitar

tele British & World English

non-standard spelling of telly.

tele-ad British & World English

An advertisement placed in a newspaper or magazine by telephone

tele-evangelist British & World English

variant of televangelist.

tele-immersion British & World English

Two-way remote communication in which each party gets an audio and three-dimensional visual representation of the other, via high-speed data exchange

telefilm British & World English

A film made for or broadcast on television

telemovie British & World English

A feature film produced for distribution by a television channel

telesales British & World English

The selling of goods or services over the telephone

telebanking British & World English

another term for telephone banking.

telecommute British & World English

Work from home, making use of the Internet, email, and the telephone

telenovela British & World English

(In Latin America) a television soap opera

telecomputer British & World English

A device which combines the capabilities of a computer with those of a television and a telephone, particularly for multimedia applications

telemedicine British & World English

The remote diagnosis and treatment of patients by means of telecommunications technology

teleoperation British & World English

The electronic remote control of machines

telepresence British & World English

The use of virtual reality technology, especially for remote control of machinery or for apparent participation in distant events

teleshopping British & World English

The ordering of goods by customers using a telephone or direct computer link

televangelist British & World English

An evangelical preacher who appears regularly on television to promote beliefs and appeal for funds

tele-evangelist in televangelist British & World English

An evangelical preacher who appears regularly on television to promote beliefs and appeal for funds

tele Spanish-English

TV, telly

tele- English-Spanish

tele-

tele- Spanish-English

tele-

tele-ad English-Spanish

anuncio, aviso

la tele no rula in rular Spanish-English

the TV isn't working, the TV is on the blink

la tele no carbura in carburar Spanish-English

the TV's not working properly, the TV's on the blink

hay demasiada publicidad en la tele in publicidad Spanish-English

there's too much advertising on TV, there are too many commercials

¿ponen algo interesante en la tele? in poner Spanish-English

is there anything interesting on TV?

les enchufas la tele y se quedan tan contentos in contento Spanish-English

you just stick them in front of the TV and they're quite happy

es automático, se sienta a ver la tele y se queda dormido in automático Spanish-English

it happens every time, he sits down in front of the TV and falls asleep, he sits down in front of the TV and automatically falls asleep

se pasa todo el día mirando la tele, sin dar ni clavo in clavo Spanish-English

he spends all day watching TV, he doesn't do a stroke of work