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English definition of “screen time”

screen time

noun [U] (also screentime, screen-time)
 
 
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the length of time that something appears on a television or cinema screen: Each roll of film only produces 3.5 minutes of screen-time.
the length of time that a person spends watching television: Educationalists advise limited screen time for under-5s.
(Definition of screen time from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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