screen

All Noun Verb
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  • That film marked the first time the language had been heard on screen.
  • These years would be the last he would be seen on screen for some time.
  • Fighting games are a type of action game where on-screen characters fight each other.
  • You just didn't notice it until you saw it on the screen.
  • Only three sides to the court were built, with the fourth side being a screen wall.
  • It never played on more than six screens at any given point during its run.
  • Each frame of a television image is composed of lines drawn on the screen.
  • There are two large screens at either end that can be seen from any seat.
  • Despite the smaller form factor, the screen remained the same size as that of the original.
  • This was her final performance on the big screen.
  • They never allowed it to be shown on screen.
  • This brings touch screen technology to those who were previously unable to use it.
  • Another notable hardware change is a color screen which can display album art.
  • These last two have been screened in several languages in many countries.
  • He was the first voice actor to receive on-screen credit.
  • Originally the sides of the station had glass side screens but these were later removed.
  • Her health began to deteriorate not long after her final screen appearance.
  • The channel screened a great number of episodes but never completed the entire run.
  • The series was originally screened as two half-hour episodes per week.
  • She was on screen for two minutes and did not appear in the credits.
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Meaning of screen

  • noun A white or silvered surface where pictures can be projected for viewing
  • noun The display that is electronically created on the surface of the large end of a cathode-ray tube
  • noun A covering that serves to conceal or shelter something
    a screen of trees afforded privacy, under cover of darkness, the brush provided a covert for game, the simplest concealment is to match perfectly the color of the background
  • noun A protective covering consisting of netting; can be mounted in a frame
    they put screens in the windows for protection against insects, a metal screen protected the observers
  • noun Partition consisting of a decorative frame or panel that serves to divide a space
  • verb Test or examine for the presence of disease or infection
    screen the blood for the HIV virus
  • verb Examine methodically
    screen the suitcases
  • verb Examine in order to test suitability
    screen these samples, screen the job applicants
  • verb Project onto a screen for viewing
    screen a film
  • verb Prevent from entering
    block out the strong sunlight