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telefilm

[ tel-uh-film ]
/ ˈtɛl əˌfɪlm /
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noun
a motion picture intended primarily to be shown on television.
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Origin of telefilm

First recorded in 1935–40; tele(vision) + film
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How to use telefilm in a sentence

  • You've got cans of telefilm in the cellar, but them I don't mind.

    Spacemen Never Die!|Morris Hershman
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