To broadcast or be broadcast by television.(verb-transitive)
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Use "televise" in a sentence
"A new six-year, $2.8 billion contract to televise Nascar's races nationwide took effect in 2001, replacing its formerly piecemeal approach to selling broadcast rights."
"Army still fields a team just so CBS can televise the Army-Navy game, and Western Kentucky went 2-10."
"Although I'm concerned about security for NYC, not to mention the media frenzy this is going to cause (God Help us if they televise the trial!!!), I think AG Holder made the right decision."