1tele feminine informalto watch telly — mirar / ver tele informal
- Images of supermodels were sometimes on the telly but I didn't take much notice of them.
- We eat while driving in our cars, sitting behind our desks and slumped in front of the telly.
- Next time you watch gymnastics on the telly, just have a look at how the athletes hold their bodies.
- There really would be nothing on the telly, but no one could complain about it.
- My mum moved the armchairs and the telly and the bookcase out of the sitting room and into the dining room.
- Now clothes are on the telly, in broadsheet newspapers and all over the internet.
- We collapsed in laughter and exhaustion onto the sofa and switched the telly on.
- We tried to get a look, but there were so many people gathered around such a small telly that we hardly saw a thing.
- The telly, the wireless, even the theatre do not evoke the same sense of a communal occasion.
- We went back to Paul's for some food and flopped around in front of the telly.
- Paul came around and we ate lunch on our laps in front of repeats on the telly.
- I overheard one woman complaining that she was sick of seeing it all over the telly, all day long.
- It seems that being merely nice and inoffensive gets you nowhere on the telly.
- They just keep turning towards the telly if it is on, rather than talking to you.
- We had the telly on in the corner of the studio watching the mens diving at the Commonwealth Games.
- Obviously, it would also highlight the times I spent idling on the sofa in front of the telly.
- The others, he knew, would all be sitting around the telly watching the family film.
- A weekday evening in front of the telly wouldn't be complete without a property show.
- He is just like he is on the telly, very articulate, full of energy and highly entertaining.
- Paul came around for dinner and we flicked through holiday brochures in front of the telly.