Definition of Closed-circuit television

1. Noun. A television system that is not used for broadcasting but is connected by cables to designated monitors (as in a factory or theater).




Definition of Closed-circuit television

1. Noun. A system of television cameras, connected by cable to a control room, used for surveillance. ¹

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Closed-circuit Television

close to one's vest
close to the vest
close to the wind
close together(p)
close up
close up shop
closeable
closeby
closed
closed(a)
closed-angle glaucoma
closed-book
closed-captioned
closed-chain
closed-circuit
closed-circuit television (current term)
closed-cut valley
closed-door
closed-end fund
closed-end investment company
closed-form
closed-heart surgery
closed-loop obstruction
closed-loop system
closed-minded
closed-mindedness
closed-ring
closed-source
closed anaesthesia

Literary usage of Closed-circuit television

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1. When the Victim Is a Child by Debra Whitcomb (1992)
"By December 31, 1989, 32 states statutorily authorized judges to allow certain child witnesses to testify via closed circuit television to the court and ..."

2. Child Victims and Witnesses: A Three-State Profile by Jane Crisp (1995)
"Third, there was a question of whether the use of closed circuit television violated the right to due process because it communicates to the jury that the ..."

3. School Safety Management: Practical Approaches, Current Theories, and Standardsby Richard L. Glover, Henry R. Murphy by Richard L. Glover, Henry R. Murphy (2003)
"... Technology utilization, 1-2 alarm systems, 11-4 closed-circuit television, 1 1-9 for communication, 1 1-1 electromagnetic door locks, ..."

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