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Translation of "screen" - English-Spanish dictionary

screen

noun   /skriːn/
A2 the part of a television or computer that shows images or writing pantalla I spend most of my day working in front of a computer screen.
A2 a large, flat surface where a film or an image is shown pantalla
movies cine She first appeared on screen in 1965.
on screen
using a computer delante de una pantalla, en el ordenador Do you work on screen?
(Definition of screen from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

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 biombo Screens were put round the patient’s bed a tapestry fire-screen.
anything that so protects etc a person etc pantalla, cortina He hid behind the screen of bushes a smokescreen.
the surface on which films or television pictures appear pantalla cinema/television/radar screen.
screenplay noun
the script of a film guión Who wrote the screenplay?
screensaver noun
(computing) a computer program that shows a picture on the screen when a computer is not being used. Salvapantalla
the screen noun
cinema or television films pantalla You can see him on the screen quite often (adjective) screen actors.
(Definition of screen from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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