Definition of "high-definition television" [high-definition television]
A television system that has twice the standard number of scanning lines per frame and therefore produces pictures with greater detail.(noun)
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Use "high-definition television" in a sentence
"Taking me to a premium, all-inclusive lounge area along the first base line complete with private restrooms, high-definition television monitors and grab-and-go dining foods, The Ketel One Lounge became home number one."
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