Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Tv"

The meaning of "Tv" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does I am watching the TV drama "Friends". There is a quote that I can't understand it. Can someone explain it?
"You don't get a lot of 'doy' these day." by Chandler. mean?
A: "doy" is slang for "duh" or "obviously"
Chandler really meant "You don’t get a lot of people saying ‘doy’ these days."
That means that Chandler is saying "no one is saying 'doy' anymore"
I hope that makes sense. Please let me know if you have more questions about this :)
Q: What does I was In the TV shoe Gossip Girl, there was a sentence i couldn’t understand. “It involves finding you in a Nine Inch Nails bus with your shoes in your earrings and Trent Reznor.” what does “with your shoes in your earrings” means?earrings in the shoes? mean?
A: if it says your shoes in your earrings than I imagine the girl was wearing high heels and hoop earrings, and her feet were way back up by her ears in a sexual position lol 😅
Q: What does In TV series Friends, did Ross made up about Unagi or it really means a state of total awareness? Hahaha, does anyone really know Unagi? mean?
A: He's describing something similar to the Buddhist concept of nirvana. I don't think he's thinking of a real word that sounds like "unagi."
Q: What does TV host mean?
A: it's like a master of ceremony (MC) or one of the speakers in the television.
Q: What does fast-paced TV show mean?
A: Fast-paced means “happening very quickly.” So, if someone is looking for a fast-paced tv show then that means they are looking for something that moves quickly in terms of storyline or length of series (shorter amount of episodes) Such as an action, thriller, or drama tv series.

Example sentences using "Tv"

Q: Please show me example sentences with TV program.
A: What tv program do you like to watch?

Synonyms of "Tv" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between I watched the TV. and I saw the TV. ?
A: The first one sounds natural.
Q: What is the difference between TV show and drama ?
A: If they appear on a TV then they are a TV show! You are correct.
Q: What is the difference between there is no TV and there isn't TV ?
A: If you are talking about a physical television you could say "There is no TV" or "There isn't a TV" and they mean the same thing.

"I called the hotel front desk to tell them there is no TV in my room" or "I called the hotel front desk to tell them there isn't a TV in my room"
Q: What is the difference between I watch TV and I watching Tv ?
A: "What do you do on Saturday?"
"I watch TV"

"What are you doing right now?"
"I'm watching TV
Q: What is the difference between a TV show and a TV program ?
A: Usually "TV Show" refers to an actual sitcom, drama, etc. "TV Program" on the other hand, usually refers to broadcast news, or something that's on for a period of time longer than 1 hour (standard TV Show length).
Ex. "CNN is a TV program with news"
"F.R.I.E.N.D.S. was a funny TV Show"

Although they have specific implications, usually "TV Show" is commonly used for mostly any show on TV.

Translations of "Tv"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? TV
A: Tv is short for television
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? 'I watched TV in the morning two days ago' or 'I watched TV two days ago in the morning'?
A: I think the former one sounds more natural...although both can be understood 👍👍
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? I practically never watch TV at home.
A: You said it correctly, "I practically never watch TV at home" but it can also be said, "I usually never watch TV at home", "I usually never watch television at home", or "I almost never watch television at home"
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? (TV番組などを)録画する
A: To record (a TV show). "Last night, I recorded my favorite show so I could watch it later."
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? 訳している間に次の会話にどんどん進んでる〔When I watch TV, I can't understad what actress said〕
A: By the time I understand the meaning of one thing, the dialogue has progressed much further along. (Use dialogue for conversations you are listening to on television.)

Other questions about "Tv"

Q: in a TV drama, at a barber, a man said "Just buzz it off" to ask his hair cut with hair clipper completely. I understood "buzz" came from the sound of clipper, but is this expression common?
A: This is common. In fact, a "buzz cut" is a particular hair style that is created by "buzzing" or shaving the hair from the head, and is most often recognized as a military cut
Q: I saw on TV that I can make fake bricks from styrofoam.
At first melt the styrofoam by using a soldering iron. Scratch its surface to add reality. And paint it with brown color . Does this sound natural?
A: ‎I saw on TV that I could make fake bricks by using styrofoam.
First, melt the styrofoam by using a soldering iron. Next, scratch its surface to add reality, then paint it with brown paint.
Q: I was watching TV with my brother and then suddenly I became hungry so I went a grocery store and bought a few of snacks. By the money I stold from my brother's pocket yesterday. I thought like, what he doesn't know won't hurt him. Does this sound natural?
A: Last one before I sleep.

I was watching TV with my brother "when suddenly" I became hungry"," so I went "to" "the" grocery store and bought a few * snacks "with" the money I "stole" from my brother's pocket yesterday. I thought *, what he doesn't know won't hurt him.

I put "THE grocery store", because it sounds like the local one you'd normally go to.

Edit: Changed "and then suddenly" to "when suddenly"
Q: I watch foreign TV shows ”Desperate Housewives”every night. It is always the highlight of my day. I have a hard time understanding the dialogue without subtitles sometimes. but I am not gonna give up. Does this sound natural?
A: "I watch foreign TV shows such as "Desperate Housewives" every night. It is always the highlight of my day. Sometimes the dialogue can be hard to understand, but I'm not gonna give up."
Q: I bought a TV with online shopping today. Does this sound natural?
A: I bought a TV from an online store today

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