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Translation of "screen" - English-Turkish dictionary

screen

noun     /skriːn/
COMPUTER/TV [C]
A2 the part of a television or computer which shows images or writing ekran, perde I spend most of my day working in front of a computer screen.TelevisionComputer hardware
on screen
using a computer bilgisayar kullanma Do you work on screen?Computer concepts
FILM SURFACE [C]
A2 a large, flat surface where a film or an image is shown sinema perdesi Cinema - general words
CINEMA [U, no plural]
cinema films sinema filmleri an actor of stage and screen (= theatre and films) She first appeared on screen in 1965.Cinema - general words
NET [C]
a wire net which covers a window or door and is used to stop insects coming in sineklik Separating and dividing
SEPARATE [C]
a vertical structure which is used to separate one area from another ara bölme, perde, paravana Separating and dividing
(Definition of screen noun from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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