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PPV

abbr.
pay-per-view

ppv

or PPV,

pay-per-view.
Translations

PPV

ABBR =pay-per-viewde pago

PPV

[ˌpiːpiːˈviː] n abbr (=pay per view) → pay per view, vidéo f à la demande
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