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V-chip

a feature of television receivers that allows the blocking of programs based on ratings categories
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V-chip

(vē′chĭp′)
n.
A microchip installed in a television to allow the user to control the display of certain programs, especially of sexual or violent content.

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V-chip

n
(Broadcasting) a device within a television set that allows the set to be programmed not to receive transmissions that have been classified as containing sex, violence, or obscene language
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V-chip

(ˈviˌtʃɪp)
n.
a computer chip or other electronic device that blocks the reception of violent or sexually explicit television shows.
[1990–95; v (iolent) or v (iolence) + chip (definition 5)]
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V-chip

nV-Chip m
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