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Definition of telly

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Other terms relating to 'TV, television':

Definitions include: a person without cable television.
Definitions include: to solve a problem in a creative, resourceful, typically "jury-rigged" fashion.
Definitions include: The BBC: British Broadcasting Company.
Definitions include: "television".
Definitions include: a joke from a comedy routine.
Definitions include: a television.
Definitions include: a long time.

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Definitions include: "buy one get one" free.
Definitions include: pertaining to environmentally-friendly jobs.
Definitions include: a clothing style that is a mix between "dressy" and "casual".
Definitions include: an unintelligent person; "moron"; "idiot".
Definitions include: to defecate.
Definitions include: welfare
Definitions include: suffix applied to another word.
Definitions include: before you were even born.
Definitions include: a party with more males than females i.e. sausage fest, sword party.
Definitions include: A person who tries to include themselves into another groups activity or conversation when not welcomed.

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