Translation of "screen" - English-French dictionary

screen

nounscreen /skrin/
countable the part of a TV, computer, etc. on which the picture appears
écran masculine

Click on the icon at the top of the screen.
Cliquez sur l'icône sur le haut de l'écran.
countable a large white surface used for showing movies
écran masculine

Suddenly the screen went black.
Soudain l'écran devint noir.
uncountable singular movies in general
cinéma masculine , grand écran masculine

He'd never seen himself on screen.
Il ne s'était jamais vu au cinéma.

stars of the screen and television
des stars du cinéma / grand écran et de la télévision
countable a panel of fine wire material, that fits into a window to keep insects out
moustiquaire feminine

to put the screens in the windows
mettre les moustiquaires aux fenêtres
countable a panel used to separate two parts of a room
paravent masculine

She dressed behind a screen.
Elle s'est habillée derrière un paravent.

screen

verb transitivescreen /skrin/
to do sth to prevent unwanted or unsuitable things from getting through
contrôler , filtrer

The company screens all job applicants for criminal background.
La société contrôle le casier judiciaire de tous les candidats à un emploi.

The secretary is screening my phone calls.
La secrétaire filtre mes appels.
to check regularly for a disease
faire passer des tests de dépistage

The athletes were all screened for asthma.
Les athlètes ont tous passé des tests de dépistage de l'asthme.
to show a movie or TV show
projeter

When they first screened the movie, audiences hated it.
Quand ils ont projeté le film pour la première fois, les publics l'ont détesté.

(Translation of “screen” from the GLOBAL English-French Dictionary © 2014 K Dictionaries Ltd)

screen

noun /skriːn/

a flat, movable, often folding, covered framework for preventing a person etc from being seen, for decoration, or for protection from heat, cold etc

paravent
Screens were put round the patient’s bed
a tapestry fire-screen.

anything that so protects etc a person etc

écran
He hid behind the screen of bushes

the surface on which films or television pictures appear

écran
screenplay noun

the script of a film.

scénario
the screen adjective (etc)

screen actors.

(de l’)écran

screen

verb

to make or show a cinema film

porter à l’écran; projeter
The film will be screened nationwide.

to test for loyalty, reliability etc.

passer au crible

to test for a disease

examiner
Women should be regularly screened for cancer.

(Translation of “screen” from the PASSWORD English-French Dictionary © 2014 K Dictionaries Ltd)