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pay TV also: pay television

Translation of pay TV in Spanish:

noun

  • uncountable
    Example sentences
    • However pay television's artificial limit of one television set per household reinstated the living room as a family space.
    • Aside from advertising clients plus their families and friends, they're all watching the action on pay TV!
    • Under the management of the French government, it added advertising agencies, bus-tour companies, and pay television to its portfolio.

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