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projection television

Syllabification: pro·jec·tion tel·e·vi·sion
(also projection TV)

Definition of projection television in English:

noun

A large television receiver in which the image is projected optically onto a large viewing screen.
Example sentences
  • Green eyes were soon locked on the hologram projection television of his living room as Kato focused completely on the news report.
  • Of course, if you actually do want to watch the Super Bowl, you can do that on the multiple televisions and the 8-foot projection television in the bar's adjoining restaurant.
  • Those markets could include optical engines for projection televisions, such as liquid-crystal-on-silicon panels.

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