Definition of tele in English:

tele

noun

  • non-standard spelling of telly
    • ‘John and Sue get back, and like every evening, they immediately tell each other everything that's happened in their respective offices, and watch tele.’
    • ‘I have seen stories on the tele about people meeting online and then meeting in person.’
    • ‘Who needs a tele, or a radio even, when we've got Boris's site?’
    • ‘I'd rather have advertisements on the tele and some fair and unbiased news than the joke that the corporation has now become.’
    • ‘Although some Art Life readers have already seen the show and told us the show is dull and rather boring, we hold out hope that finally something good will be on the tele.’
    • ‘And I never tire of turning on the tele and seeing squash.’
    • ‘Why don't you and Zel relax in front of the tele for a little?’
    • ‘As the clock struck 9, the tele was still on, the bowl half empty and she was still alone.’
    • ‘Oh come on Mark, you know this is ten times better than the tele.’
    • ‘He glues himself to the tele to watch it twice a day.’
    • ‘Americans spend on average 6 hours a day watching the tele.’
    • ‘We gave in at 3 and put the tele on and had a hot drink.’
    • ‘Last night my kids were watching the swimming championships on the tele and the National Bank ad came on.’
    • ‘Or better yet, switch off the tele and read a book.’
    • ‘From the pictures I've seen on the tele - it's not going to be pretty.’
    • ‘A woman-oriented tele serial, it is a thriller with a strong social message complete with all the commercial values required in the making of a successful serial.’
    • ‘The tele serial, we hope, will become not merely a tool of communication but a catalyst for positive change among the very people whose story it recounts.’
    • ‘This conclusion was based on a few students taking an IQ test, watching the tele and taking the test again.’
    • ‘Have fun and sit in on one of their rites, it can't be too much more boring than sitting in front of the tele and it may be an adventure.’
    • ‘The dominance of tele and cinema over the past couple of decades have habituated our consciousnesses to media that refuse to acknowledge the difference between what's transmitted and what's understood.’

Pronunciation

tele

/ˈtɛli/