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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: a unit of semen: the output of one male's ejaculation.
Definitions include: a person who distributes or makes doobies.
Definitions include: An Australian word for "hospital"
Definitions include: to calm down.
Definitions include: exclamation of amazement.
Definitions include: as advertised.
Definitions include: nice buttocks.
Definitions include: Screwed. Similar to fucked. Can be used by itself.
Definitions include: intravenous drug bell ringer.
Definitions include: the fan base for the Korean band SHINee.

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