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  1. screen

    • IPA[skriːn]

    英式

    • n.
      a fixed or movable upright partition used to divide a room, give shelter from draughts, heat, or light, or to provide concealment or privacy;a thing providing concealment or protection
    • v.
      conceal, protect, or shelter (someone or something) with a screen or something forming a screen;separate something from something else with or as if with a screen
    • noun: screen, plural noun: screens

    • verb: screen, 3rd person present: screens, gerund or present participle: screening, past tense: screened, past participle: screened

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    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. a fixed or movable upright partition used to divide a room, give shelter from draughts, heat, or light, or to provide concealment or privacy:

      the Special Branch man remained hidden behind the screen for prosecution witnesses

      a room with a red carpet and screens with oriental decorations

    • 2. a thing providing concealment or protection:

      his jeep was discreetly parked behind a screen of trees

      the article is using science as a screen for unexamined prejudice

    • 3. a partition of carved wood or stone separating the nave of a church from the chancel, choir, or sanctuary:

      the chancel screen retains two sections of the original oak arcading

    • 4. a windscreen of a motor vehicle:

      a branch whipped across the screen and tore off one of the wipers

    • 5. a frame with fine wire netting used in a window or doorway to keep out mosquitoes and other flying insects:

      gauze screens fitted to the doors and windows were tightly closed

    • 6. a part of an electrical or other instrument which protects it from or prevents it causing electromagnetic interference.
    • 7. a grid placed between the control grid and the anode of a valve to reduce the capacitance between these electrodes.
    • 8. a flat panel or area on an electronic device such as a television, computer, or smartphone, on which images and data are displayed:

      a television screen

      a computer screen

    • 9. a blank surface on which a film or photographic image is projected:

      two historical swashbucklers are due to fill cinema screens this year

      a huge movie screen

    • 10. films or television as a medium, genre, or industry:

      she's a star of the track as well as the screen

      he is interviewed on screen

    • 11. the data or images displayed on a computer screen:

      pressing the F1 key at any time will display a help screen

    • 12. a flat piece of ground glass on which the image formed by a camera lens is focused.
    • 13. a transparent finely ruled plate or film used in half-tone reproduction.
    • 14. a system of checking a person or thing for the presence or absence of something, typically a disease:

      services offered by the centre include a health screen for people who have just joined the company

    • 15. a detachment of troops or ships detailed to cover the movements of the main body:

      HMS Prince Leopold and HMS Prince Charles sailed for Shetland with a screen of four destroyers

    • 16. a large sieve or riddle, especially one for sorting substances such as grain or coal into different sizes:

      the material retained on each sieve screen is weighed in turn

    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. conceal, protect, or shelter (someone or something) with a screen or something forming a screen:

      her hair swung across to screen her face

      a high hedge screened all of the front from passers-by

    • 2. separate something from something else with or as if with a screen:

      an area had been screened off as a waiting room

    • 3. protect (someone) from something dangerous or unpleasant:

      in my country a man of my rank would be screened completely from any risk of attack

    • 4. prevent from causing or protect from electromagnetic interference:

      ensure that your microphone leads are properly screened from hum pickup

    • 5. show (a film or video) or broadcast (a television programme):

      the show is to be screened by the BBC later this year

    • 6. test (a person or substance) for the presence or absence of a disease:

      outpatients were screened for cervical cancer

    • 7. check on or investigate (someone), typically to ascertain whether they are suitable for or can be trusted in a particular situation or job:

      all prospective presidential candidates would have to be screened by a preselection committee

    • 8. evaluate or analyse (something) for its suitability for a particular purpose or application:

      only one per cent of rainforest plants have been screened for medical use

    • 9. exclude someone or something after evaluation or investigation:

      anti-spam software can screen out large amounts of unwanted email

    • 10. pass (a substance such as grain or coal) through a large sieve or screen, especially so as to sort it into different sizes:

      granulated asphalt—manufactured to 40 mm down or screened to 28 mm & 14 mm down

    • 11. project (a photograph or other image) through a transparent ruled plate so as to be able to reproduce it as a half-tone.
    • adj.
      not appearing on a movie or television screen:
    • he drawls to an off-screen interrogator
    • adv.
      outside what can be seen on a movie or television screen:
    • the girl is looking off-screen to the right

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    • adj.
      shown or appearing in a movie or television program:
    • on-screen violence
    • adv.
      in a movie or television program:
    • she never appears on-screen

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    • adj.
      shown or appearing in a film or television programme:
    • on-screen violence
    • adv.
      in a film or television programme:
    • she never appears on-screen

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    • adj.
      not appearing on a cinema, television, or computer screen:
    • he drawls to an off-screen interrogator
    • adv.
      outside what can be seen on a television or cinema screen:
    • the girl is looking off-screen to the right

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    • n.
      a frame of television or video footage that is digitized and stored as a still image for subsequent display, editing, or printing:
    • a screen grab from Wednesday's episode
    • v.
      take a screen grab of:
    • the rap star screen-grabbed almost a dozen tweets from fans

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    • n.
      a frame of television or video footage that is digitized and stored as a still image for subsequent display, editing, or printing:
    • a screen grab from Wednesday's programme
    • v.
      take a screen grab of:
    • the rap star screen-grabbed almost a dozen tweets from fans

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    • n.
      (in film and video techniques such as chromakey) a blue background in front of which moving subjects are filmed and which allows a separately filmed background to be added to the final image:
    • a blue-screen effect
    • v.
      (of a Windows computer) experience a sudden system failure, resulting in the display of an error message in white text on a blue background:
    • my computer just blue-screened every time it would try to boot up

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    • n.
      a screen of fine mesh used in screen-printing.
    • v.
      print, decorate, or reproduce using a silk screen:
    • a shirt with a tiger silk-screened on it

      a brown and black silk-screened logo

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    • IPA[skrēn]

    美式

    • n.
      a fixed or movable upright partition used to divide a room, give shelter from drafts, heat, or light, or to provide concealment or privacy:
    • a room with a red carpet and screens with oriental decorations
    • v.
      conceal, protect, or shelter (someone or something) with a screen or something forming a screen:
    • her hair swung across to screen her face

      a high hedge screened all of the front from passersby

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