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televisual
American English: /ˌtɛləˈvɪʒuəl/
British English: /tɛlɪˈvɪʒu(ə)l/
, /tɛlɪˈvɪzjʊəl/

Translation of televisual in Spanish:

adjective

  • Example sentences
    • The drama uses conventions of televisual reality, grounding the drama in the real world, making it more accessible for the viewer and more easily appropriated by them.
    • Literacy in televisual grief was being formed through the event.
    • This is counter to mainstream cinema viewing but in keeping with soap opera and many televisual texts.

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