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screen sth off

phrasal verb with screen uk   us   /skriːn/ verb [T]
to separate one area from another using a wall or other vertical structure: We can screen off part of the room and use it as a temporary office.
Translations of “screen sth off”
in Chinese (Traditional) (用牆等)隔開…
in Russian отгораживать, ставить перегородку…
in Turkish perde ile bölmek, paravana ile ayırmak…
in Chinese (Simplified) (用墙等)隔开…
in Polish oddzielać coś…
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