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N-COUNT (电视、电脑的)屏幕;(电影的)银幕 A screen is a flat vertical surface on which pictures or words are shown. Television sets and computers have screens, and films are shown on a screen in cinemas.
N-SING (总称)电影，电视 You can refer to film or television as the screen .
Many viewers have strong opinions about violence on the screen...
She was the ideal American teenager, both on and off screen.
VERB 放映(电影);播放(电视节目) When a film or a television programme is screened, it is shown in the cinema or broadcast on television.
The series is likely to be screened in January...
这个系列剧可能在 1 月份播放。
TV firms were later banned from screening any pictures of the demo.
N-COUNT 屏风;隔板 A screen is a vertical panel which can be moved around. It is used to keep cold air away from part of a room, or to create a smaller area within a room.
They put a screen in front of me so I couldn't see what was going on.
VERB 遮挡;遮蔽 If something is screened by another thing, it is behind it and hidden by it.
Most of the road behind the hotel was screened by a block of flats.
VERB 检查，筛查(以确定是否患病) To screen for a disease means to examine people to make sure that they do not have it.
...a quick saliva test that would screen for people at risk of tooth decay.
VERB 筛选，甄别(看是否可靠) When an organization screens people who apply to join it, it investigates them to make sure that they are not likely to cause problems.
They will screen all their candidates.
...screening procedures for the regiment.
VERB 对(人、行李)进行安全检查 To screen people or luggage means to check them using special equipment to make sure they are not carrying a weapon or a bomb.
The airline had been screening baggage on X-ray machines.
VERB 转接，甄别(来电以决定是否接听) If you screen your telephone calls, calls made to you are connected to an answering machine or are answered by someone else, so that you can choose whether or not to speak to the people phoning you.
I employ a secretary to screen my calls.