screen

listen to the pronunciation of screen
İngilizce - Türkçe
{i} ekran

Favori ekran koruyucun nedir? - What's your favorite screen saver?

Benim ekranda yazdığım kelimeleri görebilirsin, ama benim klavye üzerine döktüğüm gözyaşlarını göremezsin. - You see the words that I typed on the screen, but you don't see the tears that I shed over the keyboard.

{i} paravan

Bir papaz bir paravanın üstüne bir rahibin resmini ustaca çizdi. - A priest skillfully drew a picture of a priest on a folding screen.

{i} beyaz perde
{i} siper
{i} perde
{i} pano
{i} bölme
{i} elek

Ben bütün gün bilgisayar ekranı önünde otururum, bu yüzden elektro-manyetik dalgalar tarafından oldukça şiddetli şekilde bombardıman edilirim. - I sit in front of a computer screen all day, so I get pretty heavily bombarded by electro-magnetic waves.

{i} perde, örtü: A screen of pines runs along the north side of the field. Çamlar
{i} ekra

Favori ekran koruyucun nedir? - What's your favorite screen saver?

Bu oyunun amacı ekrandaki bütün bombaları patlatmaktır. - The aim of this game is to explode all the bombs on the screen.

film endüstrisi
ayırıcı
sinema perdesi
gözenekli yüzey
yuvarlak delikli elek
elekten/kalburdan geçirmek
örtü
tel süzgeç
(Denizbilim) çit
koruma saçı
madeni yağ süzgeci
ekranlamak
şablon
(Sinema) göstermek (filmi)
elemeden geçirmek
beyazperde
elemek
(sınalgı/vb.) ekran
sinema
perdelemek
sınamadan geçirmek
tahta perde
kalbur
gösterime sokmak
gizlemek
{f} göster

Onun sağlık taraması olumsuz sonuçlar göstermedi. - Her health screening showed no negative results.

Bugün iyi bir film gösterimi var. - There's a good movie screening today.

(film) göstermek
paravana
oynatmak
saklamak
sinema endüstrisi
(from ile) korumak
kafes
(Kâğıt selüloz sektörü, Kâğıt makinesi) Basınçlı elek
{f} kalburdan geçirmek
{f} oynatmak (film)
{f} perdele
{f} perde ile ayırmak
önüne perde çekmek
(Askeri) Paravana, bölme, taramak
{f} eleme yapmak
{f} örtmek
{f} filme almak (kitap vb.)
{f} kamufle etmek
(Askeri) ÖRTME KUVVETİ, PERDE, EMNİYET ESKORTU: 1. Bir ana kuvvet veya konvoyu koruyan gemi, uçak ve/veya denizaltılardan oluşan bir kuvvet. 2. Kartografide, şekil bölgelerini hasıl etmek için gerek mekanik gerekse fotografik olarak örtü ile birlikte kullanılabilecek bir çizgili veya diğer muntazaman şekle havi bulunan cam veya plastik bir film şeridi. 3. Gözetleme, kamuflaj veya gizlemede, gizlenecek veya kamufle edilecek cisim ile sensör arasında görünen, gözetleme sensörlerine şeffaf olmayan herhangi bir tabii ya da suni madde. Ayrıca bakınız: "concealment". 4. Ana görevi bilgileri rapor etmek, tanıtmak, gözlemek olan ve yalnız kendi emniyeti için savaşan güvenlik unsuru. 5. İstek belgesini incelemek: Bir isteğin mahalli kaynaklardan temin edilen maddelerle karşılanıp karşılanamayacağını ve talep edilen şeylere ve dereceye kadar ihtiyaç olduğunu tespit etmek maksadıyla, istek belgesini incelemek. 6. Blende etmek, Maskelemek: Bir radar cihazındaki arzu edilmeyen eko veya eko karışımlarını ortadan kaldırmak. Bu iş, radarı, derin olmayan bir sütreye yerleştirmek suretiyle yapılır. 7. Ekran: Bak. "radar screen"
{f} korumak
(fiil) perde ile ayırmak, korumak, saklamak, gizlemek, örtmek, kamufle etmek, kalburdan geçirmek, elemek, eleme yapmak, oynatmak (film), ekranda göstermek, filme almak (kitap vb.)
(Tıp) Bakınız: Screening
(Tıp) Muayene (tetkik) etmek
muhafaza etmek
düşmana karşı siper vazifesi gören bölük
{f} ekranda göstermek
göstermek
ekran elek
siper etmek
filtre eleği
emek
perd
ekram
(Hukuk) tarama

Onun sağlık taraması olumsuz sonuçlar göstermedi. - Her health screening showed no negative results.

Aramalarımı taramaya başladım. - I've started screening my calls.

screen angle
(Bilgisayar) ekran açısı
screen area
(Bilgisayar) ekran alanı
screen blank
(Bilgisayar) ekran kararmış
screen board
(Arılık) elek teli takılmış tahta
screen calls
(Bilgisayar) ekran aramaları
screen curve
(Madencilik) eleme eğrisi
screen hose
zırhlı hortum
screen match
(Bilgisayar) ekran eşleşmesi
screen mesh
kafes örgü
screen only
(Bilgisayar) sadece ekran
screen print
(Bilgisayar) ekranın yazımı
screen printing
serigrafi
screen printing
ekranın basımı
screen text
(Bilgisayar) ekran metni
screen time
gösterim süresi
screen tip
(Bilgisayar) ekran ipucu
screen tubes
su duvarı boruları
screen wall
(İnşaat) delikli dekoratif tuğla duvar
screen brightness
ekran parlaklığı
screen cloth
elek bezi
screen credits
jenerik
screen dump
ekran dökümü
screen factor
ızgara katsayısı
screen factor
ekran faktörü
screen format
ekran formatı
screen frame
baskı çerçeve
screen grid
ekran ızgarası
screen image buffer
ekran görüntü tamponu
screen luminance
ekran parlaklığı
screen printing
film baskısı
screen size
ekran boyu
Screen printing
(Matbaacılık, Basımcılık) Serigrafi baskı

Full automatic screen printing machines.

screen addressing
ekran adresleme
screen burning
ekran yanması
screen door
perde kapı
screen editor
ekran editörü
screen factor
ekran faktörü, ızgara katsayısı
screen for
ekran için
screen mode
ekran modu
screen modulation
ekran modülasyonu
screen out
Dışarda bırakmak, dahil etmemek, elemek
screen play
ekran oyun
screen resolution
ekran çözünürlüğü
screen time
filmin süresi
screen version of ...
ekranında yorum
screen wiper
ekran silecek
screen writer
ekran yazar
screen buffer
Ekran tamponu
screen burn
ekran yani¤i      
screen capture
ekran yakalama
screen colors
Ekran renkleri
screen coordinator
(Askeri) PERDE KOORDİNATÖRÜ (VEYA EMNİYET PERDESİ KOMUTANI): Denizcilikteki kullanımıyla, örtme ile ilgili komutanlık görevlerini ifa etmek üzere Taktik Komutan tarafından tayin olunan subay. Ayrıca bakınız: "screen"
screen design aid
Ekran Tasarımı Yardımı
screen efficiency
ekran verimlili¤i
screen fonts
Ekran Yazı Tipleri
screen fonts
Ekran yazıtipleri
screen grid
perde ızgarası
screen grid
elek ızgarası
screen messages
Ekran İletileri
screen off
perdeyle ayırmak
screen off
perde ile ayırmak
screen printing machine
(Tekstil) film baskı makinesi
screen process printing
ekran işlem baskısı
screen reader
Ekran Okuyucusu
screen redraws
Ekrandaki çizimin yinelenmesi /
screen regions
Ekran bölgeleri
screen saver
Ekran Koruyucusu
screen size
Ekrandaki boyutlaıyla
screen terminal
ekranli ucbirim
screen test
deneme filmi
screen time
süre (film)
screen varnish
(Tekstil) şablon lakı
screen washer
ön cam yıkayıcı (araba)
screen width
ekran eni
screen wire
elek teli
on the screen
sinemada
access screen
(Bilgisayar) ekrana eriş
big screen
sinema
blank screen
(Bilgisayar) boş ekran
coarse screen
(İnşaat,Teknik) kaba elek
fine screen
ince elek
focusing screen
(Fotoğrafçılık) odaklama camı
folding screen
paravana
giant screen
dev ekran
movie screen
beyazperde
screen name
ekran adı
screened
gösterilen
screened
sahnelenmiş
screened
blendajlı
screener
gizleyen
screener
kapatan
screening
gösterme

Onun sağlık taraması olumsuz sonuçlar göstermedi. - Her health screening showed no negative results.

screening
elekle eleme
screening
(Ticaret) seçme
screening
(Ticaret) elekten geçirme
screening
(Matbaacılık, Basımcılık) tramlama
screening
(Matbaacılık, Basımcılık) tram
screening
görüntüleme
screening
inceleme
screens
(Bilgisayar) ekranlar

Birkaç dilde bir kitap yazıyorum ve aynı anda Tatoeba'nın ekranlarında dünyanın dört bir yanına yayınlıyorum. - I am writing a book in several languages, and I simultaneously publish it on Tatoeba's screens all over the world.

smooth screen
(Bilgisayar) düz ekran
split screen
(Bilgisayar) bölünmüş ekran
split screen
yarık ekran
web/screen
(Bilgisayar) web/ekran
aluminized screen
alüminyum kaplı ekran
back projection screen
geriden gösterim ekranı
bar screen
çubuklu elek
beaded screen
incili ekran
black screen
siyah ekran
computer screen
bilgisayar ekranı
crt screen
ekran
dark trace screen
karanlık izli ekran
diffusing screen
yayındırıcı ekran
double screen receiver
iki ekranlı alıcı
electromagnetic screen
elektromanyetik ekran
electrostatic screen
elektrostatik ekran
fire screen
ocak siperi
fire screen
ateş siperi
focusing screen
buzlu cam
full screen
tam ekran
infinite persistence screen
sonsuz persistanslı ekran
intensifying screen
yoğunlaştırma ekranı
jigging screen
sarsıntılı elek
large screen television projector
geniş ekranlı televizyon göstericisi
lenticular screen
merceksi ekran
long persistence screen
uzun persistanslı ekran
magnetic screen
manyetik ekran
printing screen
baskı şablonu
projection screen
projeksiyon ekranı
rotary screen
döner elek
sand screen
kum eleği
screened
{f} göster
screening
{i} sahneleme

Sahneleme ne zaman başlıyor? - When does the screening start?

screening
{f} göster

Bugün iyi bir film gösterimi var. - There's a good movie screening today.

Onun sağlık taraması olumsuz sonuçlar göstermedi. - Her health screening showed no negative results.

screening
eleme
smoke screen
sis perdesi
smoke screen
duman perdesi
touch sensitive screen
dokunmaya duyarlı ekran
touch-sensitive screen
dokunma duyarlı ekran
Screening
taranması
align screen
ekranı hizalamak
flat screen
Düz ekran (televizyon)
fly screen
Sineklik
full screen application
(Bilgisayar) Bilgisayar ekranında tüm ekranını kaplayan uygulama
full-screen
tam ekran
half tone screen
yarım ton ekran
help screen
ekran yardım
multiple split screen
Birden fazla split screen
off-screen
(Bir film yıldızı ile ilgili) sahne dışı
off-screen
off-ekran
İngilizce - İngilizce
An offensive tactic in which a player stands so as to block a defender from reaching a teammate
A stencil upon a framed mesh through which paint is forced onto printed-on material; the frame with the mesh itself
To present publicly (on the screen)

The news report will be screened at 11:00 tonight.

A collection of less-valuable vessels that travel with a more valuable one for the latter's protection
To remove information, or censor intellectual material from viewing

The news report was screened because it accused the politician of wrongdoing.

To fit with a screen

We need to screen this porch. These bugs are driving me crazy.

To filter by passing through a screen

Mary screened the beans to remove the clumps of gravel.

In mining and quarries, a frame supporting a mesh of bars or wires used to classify fragments of stone by size, allowing the passage of fragments whose a diameter is smaller than the distance between the bars or wires
The informational viewing area of electronic output devices; the result of the output

You won't find me living for the screen.

A material woven from fine wires intended to block animals or large particles from passing while allowing gasses, liquids and finer particles to pass
The viewing area of a movie, or moving picture or slide presentation
The protective netting which protects the audience from flying objects

Jones caught the foul up against the screen.

A physical divider intended to block an area from view
{n} a thing that conceals or saves, a riddle
{v} to shelter, hide, conceal, sift, riddle
a strainer for separating lumps from powdered material or grading particles
separate with a riddle, as grain from chaff
A server can provide several independent screens, which typically have physically independent monitors This would be the expected configuration when there is only a single keyboard and pointer shared among the screens A Screen structure contains the information about that screen and is linked to the Display structure
A dwarf wall or partition carried up to a certain height for separation and protection, as in a church, to separate the aisle from the choir, or the like
test or examine for the presence of disease or infection; "screen the blood for the HIV virus"
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 TV firms were later banned from screening any pictures of the demo. + screening screenings screen·ing The film-makers will be present at the screenings to introduce their works
partition consisting of a decorative frame or panel that serves to divide a space
protective covering consisting of a metallic netting mounted in a frame and covering windows or doors (especially for protection against insects) a covering that serves to conceal or shelter something; "they crouched behind the screen"; "under cover of darkness"
Anything that separates or cuts off inconvenience, injury, or danger; that which shelters or conceals from view; a shield or protection; as, a fire screen
If the application is organized as s series of screens or windows, tell in which screen or window we begin the test
prevent from entering; "block out the strong sunlight"
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
A server may provide several independent ``screens'', which typically have physically independent monitors This would be the expected configuration when there is only a single keyboard and pointer shared among the screens A Screen structure contains the information about that screen and is linked to the Display structure
a white or silvered surface where pictures can be projected for viewing
the surface of the CRT upon which the visible pattern is produced; the display area
The amount of a document or documents that one can see on a monitor's screen without scrolling Unless a screen contains more than one frame, it also will have only one, or part of one, page See Frames
A stencil printing process using a silk, organdy, plastic or steel screen with pervious printing areas and impervious nonprinting areas
partition consisting of a decorative frame or panel that serves to divide a space display on the surface of the large end of a cathode-ray tube on which is electronically created a white or silvered surface where pictures can be projected for viewing examine methodically; "screen the suitcases"
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
One of a set of sieves, designated by the size of the openings, used to classify and sort powder to particle size
project onto a screen for viewing; "screen a film"
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
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
a door that is a screen to keep insects from entering a building through the open door; "he heard the screen slam as she left"
Information displayed on a computer screen at any one time, which might include animation or extra information which may be displayed upon selection One or more screen(s) grouped together comprise a module Screens deal with items
Also referred to as a halftone screen A halftone screen is used in the printing process to break up a continuous-tone image into dots for reproduction as halftone image Typically, line screens are designated by the number of ruled lines they contain: from 50 lines per inch to 500 lines per inch The greater the number of lines per inch (the more resolution), the sharper and finer the printed halftone dot In traditional printing on a press, the selection of the screen is dictated by the paper, press, and the nature of the copy
(1) Use of an outside list (based on credit, income, deliverability, ZIP code selection) to suppress records on a list to be mailed; (2) halftone process in platemaking that reduces the density of color in an illustration
through a screen in order to separate the coarse from the fine, or the worthless from the valuable; to sift
protective covering consisting of a metallic netting mounted in a frame and covering windows or doors (especially for protection against insects)
{i} part of a television or computer monitor where the picture is displayed; surface onto which films are projected; partition, divider; mesh for covering the openings of windows and doors; sieve, strainer; shelter, defense; camouflage, cover
To pass, as coal, gravel, ashes, etc
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. see also big screen, small screen, widescreen
1 A device to shield or separate one part of an apparatus from other parts, or to separate the effects of one part on others
to reproduce a shaded area in a printed piece Also, a photographic tool for making halftone images from a continuous tone photo or illustration
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. + screening screen·ing Britain has an enviable record on breast screening for cancer
examine in order to test suitability; "screen these samples"; "screen the job applicants"
The image on the left illustrates a normal layer mode and the image on the right shows the same two layers in screen mode
A surface, as that afforded by a curtain, sheet, wall, etc
An erection of white canvas or wood placed on the boundary opposite a batsman to enable him to see ball better
test or examine for the presence of disease or infection; "screen the blood for the HIV virus
protect, hide, or conceal from danger or harm
a covering that serves to conceal or shelter something; "they crouched behind the screen"; "under cover of darkness"
The TV-type thing that shows you what's going on in your computer Also called a monitor, CRT, and VDU Some screens can display many colors; others can do only one, usually green Some screens can display many colors; others can do only one, usually green Some screens can display pictures (graphics); others can do only characters
What the picture is projected onto The screen is more important when it comes to front projectors, when the screen must be bought separately
A halftone screen on film used in conjunction with photographic film or paper to produce a halftone image from continuous tone art
To provide with a shelter or means of concealment; to separate or cut off from inconvenience, injury, or danger; to shelter; to protect; to protect by hiding; to conceal; as, fruits screened from cold winds by a forest or hill
upon which an image, as a picture, is thrown by a magic lantern, solar microscope, etc
To analyze various stocks in search of stocks which meet predetermined criteria For example, a simple value screen would sort all stocks by their price to book ratio and pick the stocks with the smalles ratios as candidates for the value portfolio
screen manager with VT100 emulation
To take a position between the goaltender and a teammate who controls the puck
display on the surface of the large end of a cathode-ray tube on which is electronically created
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
Generic term that refers to the objects created using the screen editor Screens usually contain collections of widgets At runtime, a screen can be opened as a form or as a window
the process of breaking down a photographic image into dots for printing; originally named from a patterned glass screen inserted between the illustration and the light source on a camera, and now used to describe the process and also the size of the dots created (hence the quality of the reproduction)
{f} cover with a curtain; filter, sift; hide, conceal; separate, divide; protect, shield; project a film, show a movie
screen capture
A picture or image captured from a computer screen; a screenshot
screen door
A light door of mesh, outside of another door, used to prevent ingress by insects

Late last night I heard the screen door slam. / And a big yellow taxi took away my old man.

screen name
a pseudonym used for internet communications
screen out
Figuratively, to exclude
screen out
To use a screen, grate, sieve or similar means to separate large from small objects or particles
screen printing
A printing technique in which ink is forced through a woven mesh with an ink-blocking stencil on it
screen reader
A system that speaks aloud information from a computer display, for users with impaired vision
screen savers
plural form of screen saver
screen test
a filmed audition to test the screen-acting ability of a potential actor
screen time
The duration for which something is visible in film or television

The wise old monk had little screen time compared with his buxom young disciple.

screen wall
a nonstructural wall erected around units or curbs on a roof. Typically the framing consists of girts with a wood or metal covering attached to the frame
screen walls
plural form of screen wall
screen-scrape
To extract data from (a source such as a webpage) by picking it out from among the human-readable content

Or you could go to the other extreme and screen-scrape the site at will.

screen-scraper
A piece of software that screen-scrapes
screen reader
A screen reader is a software application that attempts to identify and interpret what is being displayed on the screen. This interpretation is then represented to the user with text-to-speech, sound icons, or a braille output. Screen readers are a form of assistive technology (AT) potentially useful to people who are blind, visually impaired, or learning disabled, often in combination with other AT such as screen magnifiers
screen out
If an organization or country screens out certain people, it keeps them out because it thinks they may cause problems

The company screened out applicants motivated only by money.

Screen Actors' Guild
the full name of the SAG
screen actor
an actor who plays a role in a film
screen capture
saving a copy of the screen display as a file
screen capture
To store an image displayed on screen in a file This is useful when creating manuals about a software product In Windows, you can capture the current screen to the Clipboard by pressing the Print Screen key
screen capture
Feature of GUI systems such as Windows or the Macintosh that lets the user capture the image of the current desktop for placement in a document or a graphics application
screen capture
Refers to the act of copying what is currently displayed on a screen to a file or printer If the system is in graphics mode, the screen capture will result in a graphics file containing a bit map of the image If the system is in text mode, the screen capture will normally load a file with ASCII codes
screen door
A screen door is a door made of fine netting which is on the outside of the main door of a house. It is used to keep insects out when the main door is open. a door with wire net fastened inside a frame, which is used outside the main door of a building to keep insects out
screen door
door made from mesh to allow air to flow through
screen door
a door that is a screen to keep insects from entering a building through the open door; "he heard the screen slam as she left
screen dump
The act or process of transferring data on a computer screen to a printer or storage medium. a picture of everything that appears on a computer screen at a particular time, which can be saved and put into a computer document, for example to show how to use a computer program
screen font
A part of the font suitcase (of Adobe Type 1 fonts), describes the shape of each character to the operating system so that the font can be viewed onscreen
screen font
Also called a raster font The font that is displayed on your screen, which may approximate a printer font so that documents look approximately the same on the screen as they do when printed
screen font
A part of the font suitcase (of Adobe Type 1 fonts), describes the shape of each character to the operating system so that the font can be seen on a computer screen
screen font
A bitmap representation of a font used to display characters on the computer screen
screen font
font used for onscreen viewing; needed for output to a postscript device
screen font
A low-resolution bitmapped representation of the font used for viewing privileges on a computer monitor, not for printing to top
screen font
A data file used by a computer to create an image font to be displayed on the monitor The screen font stores character information for style, hyphenation and justification
screen font
The part of a postscript font that defines how to draw the font cleanly (not bitmapped) on the monitor
screen font
A raster font designed to duplicate a printer font on the screen See also raster font
screen font
A bitmap representation of a font used to display characters on the screen
screen font
A low-resolution version used to display the type on the screen
screen font
The bit-mapped representation of a printer font used for displaying text on a computer screen
screen font
A bit-mapped version of an outline font that is used to represent the outline font on a computer screen
screen font
the font that is displayed on a computer screen; "when the screen font resembles a printed font a document may look approximately the same on the screen as it will when printed
screen font
A part of the font suitcase (of Adobe Type 1 fonts), describes the shape of each character to the operating system so that the font can be seen onscreen
screen font
A data file used by a computer to create an image of the font to be displayed on the monitor The screen font stores character information for style, hyphenation, and justification Without it and the companion Printer Font, the text will not draw in the desired typeface nor will it flow properly
screen font
On a Macintosh computer, the portion of the font that is viewed on the computer screen Screen fonts must be present in order to accurately preview a job before printing
screen grid
mesh, screen that is full of air holes
screen memory
A memory of something that is unconsciously used to repress recollection of an associated but distressing event
screen memory
an imagined memory of a childhood experience; hides another memory of distressing significance
screen name
A term specific to AOL (America Online) that denotes the name of the user
screen name
The identity you select by which you are known in the poker room We only allow one player to use a screen name so please understand if the one you have selected is already taken
screen name
Someone's screen name is a name that they use when communicating with other people on the Internet. someone with the screen name of nirvanakcf
screen name
The name you use to represent yourself online
screen off
build a partition, separate
screen off
partition by means of a divider, such as a screen; "screen off this part of the room"
screen off
partition by means of a divider, such as a screen; "screen off this part of the room
screen out
remove, filter, sift
screen out
If an organization or country screens out certain people, it keeps them out because it thinks they may cause problems. The company screened out applicants motivated only by money
screen out
examine in order to test suitability; "screen these samples"; "screen the job applicants"
screen pass
A short forward pass to a receiver in the flat who is protected by a formation of blockers
screen pass
a short forward pass in which the receiver is protected by a screen of blockers
screen print
An ironed on transfer design, of ink or paint, not of cloth
screen print
A printing process, also called hand-screening, for producing wall coverings involving stretching silk tightly onto frames, w a separate screen used for each color
screen print
Process of applying ink to plastic comb spines (and T-shirts)
screen printing
A printing technique involving the passage of printing medium, such as ink, through a web or fabric, which has been stretched on a frame, to which a refined form of stencil has been applied The stencil openings determine the form and dimensions of the imprint thus produced
screen printing
Graphic application method capable of printing great detail and color on a variety of substrates such as paper, plastics, aluminum, vinyl, and banner materials
screen printing
(Silk screen printing) A printing process by which ink is applied to a surface by forcing it through a fine mesh screen made of silk or a synthetic substitute
screen printing
Method of printing by using a squeegee to force ink through an assembly of mesh fabric and a stencil
screen printing
Graphic application method capable of printing great detail and color
screen printing
Printing process using a mesh stretched over a frame allowing ink to selectively pass through by using a stencil The process most commonly used for producing graphic overlays and membrane switch circuits See Photo
screen printing
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screen printing
A method of ceramic and glassware decorating in which stencil-like screens are used in applying colours to the ware
screen printing
Printing through a screen or stencil
screen printing
a way of printing pictures by forcing paint or ink through a specially prepared cloth onto paper or cloth print
screen printing
a commercial and industrial printing technique which involves the passage of a printing medium, such as ink, through a taut fabric to which a refined form of stencil has been applied The stencil openings determine the form and dimensions of the imprint thus produced
screen printing
decoration in which stencil-like screens are used to apply colors
screen printing
The art of printing design and color to a fabric through a screen
screen printing
Screen printing uses silk or other fabric stretched tightly over a frame Images are created by blocking parts of the screen with stencils created by hand-drawn or photographic techniques Ink is forced through the open areas of the screen onto paper or fabric
screen printing
Method of printing from stencils placed on a fine mesh tightly stretched on a frame, through which ink or paint is forced
screen printing
A process by which a printing composition or "ink" is transferred to a substrate through a mesh that is usually supporting a stencil for the intended design
screen printing
a printing process also called silk screening, where ink is transferred through a porous screen, such as nylon, onto the surface to be decorated An emulsion or stencil is used to block out the negative, or non-printing areas of the screen A squeegee forces ink through the open areas of the screen and onto the paper, plastic, cardboard, wood, fabric, glass, or other material
screen printing
a method of ceramic and glassware decorating in which stencil-like screens are used in applying colors to the ware
screen printing
Printing method in which inks are pressed through tightly woven and stenciled mesh screens onto paper Self-cover - This term applies to certain categories of print products (primarily products in the nature of books or booklets) such as brochures, paperbacks and catalogs When the paper type and grade for the covers of the product are identical to the content pages of the product, we call the covers "self-covers" Separate covers - This term applies to certain categories of print products (primarily products in the nature of books or booklets) such as brochures, paperbacks and catalogs When the paper type and grade for the covers of the product are different from the content pages of the product, we call the covers "separate-covers"
screen printing
Graphic application method capable of printing great detail and color on rigid or flexible materials
screen printing
Method in which ink is forced through a design-bearing screen made of silk or other material onto the substrate being printed
screen printing
Printing term for forcing ink through a stenciled cloth screen one color at a time Also refers to any tone printing work in halftone or flat tints
screen printing
A popular method of imprinting that requires a special ink to be applied onto a screen, which is a porous, mesh-like fabric The screen only allows the ink to pass through the areas of the design template, hence the logo/artwork is transferred onto the item
screen printing
Historically one of the oldest and simplest forms of printing A print is made by using a squeegee to force ink through a stencil or emulsion that's supported by fabric stretched over a frame to create a screen Although also referred to as silk screening, several synthetic fabrics have replaced silk as the fabric of choice for screen printers
screen printing
Label printed by screen process from roll form (Do not confuse "screen printing" with screens and half tones )
screen reader
Computer software that speaks text on the screen Often used by individuals who are visually impaired
screen reader
A software program that reads the contents of the screen aloud to a user Usually used by blind and visually impaired people Screen readers cannot read text that is part of an image
screen reader
A software/hardware system that allows a person with visual or print impairment to attain access to printed material on a computer screen Output for the user can be both tactile and/or auditory
screen reader
A software program that reads the contents of the screen aloud to a user Used primarily by individuals who are blind, screen readers can usually only read text that is printed, not painted, to the screen
screen reader
Software that reads the content of a computer screen aloud Screen readers can only interpret text content, so all graphic and multimedia must have alternative text descriptions using ALT text, captions, transcripts, or other methods
screen reader
Software and/or hardware that provides visual information in audio format for computer users
screen reader
Screen Reader is the commonly-used name for Voice Output Technology for people with visual impairments Hardware and software combinations produce synthesized voice output for the text displayed on the computer screen, and the keystrokes entered on the keyboard Screen readers also allow the navigation of a graphical Windows environment through audible feedback cues (Please use the back button of your web browser to return to the previous document)
screen reader
The screen reader monitors the text on screen and sends the material to the user in a different format, via a speech synthesiser or electronic Braille display
screen saver
A Screen Saver is software program designed "save your screen " Monitors can become damaged if they are left on for long periods of time without the onscreen image changing That image will become "burned" into the screen A Screen Saver is designed to prevent that, constantly changing, or usually, blanking, the screen, so as to stop anything from being displayed for long periods of time
screen saver
An application that occupies a display screen during times of computer idleness Initially their function was to prevent a permanent etching of a phosphors (image burn) from being left on a screen Most monitors no longer have this concern so screensavers are more for flair and entertainment than serving an important function Some screen savers have a simple password protection feature
screen saver
A program that runs simple animation on the monitor when you're not using the PC and intended to prevent damage to the display screen
screen saver
An animated graphic created so that the images on a computer screen would not burn their image onto the monitor permanently With current technology, screen savers are more decorative than they are needed Older monitors were more susceptible to screen burn and could be ruined if the same information were left on the screen for long periods of time
screen saver
(computer science) a moving design that appears on a computer screen when there has been no input for a specified period of time; "screen savers prevent the damage that occurs when the same areas of light and dark are displayed too long
screen saver
Software which, after a period of inactivity, replaces the existing image on screen and displays moving objects to protect against screen burn
screen saver
A software product designed to protect the phosphor coating on the inside of a display screen from damage when the display is turned on but is not used for an extended period (pg 221)
screen saver
A software program that displays constantly changing images or dims the brightness of a display screen to protect the screen from having an image etched onto its surface. a computer program that makes a moving image appear on the screen when the image on it has not changed for a period of time, especially so that the screen does not become damaged
screen saver
An application that takes over if the user has not used the computer for a specified period of time This is meant to reduce screen burn out (screen flourescent material damage) It will blank the screen or place moving objects there to avoid screen’s fluorescent material damage when the computer is not being used
screen saver
program which turns off the monitor when it is not being used
screen saver
A choice that, after a specified time period, switches off the workstation display or varies the images that are displayed, thereby prolonging the life of the screen
screen saver
a picture that covers the monitor's screen and has some movement so that you avoid leaving a still image on the screen for a long period of time Years ago that could cause damage to your screen Screen savers are set to appear when the computer is idle for a certain amount of time
screen saver
A moving picture or pattern that appears on your screen when you have not moved the mouse or pressed a key on the computer for a specified period of time Screen savers prevent screen damage that is caused when the same areas of light and dark are displayed for long periods of time Be careful when using a screen saver on a computer with an LCD screen (most laptops and notebooks) A pixel on an LCD screen is on when its dark; therefore, blacking the screen as some screen savers do would cause more damage
screen saver
An application designed to protect your display when it's on, but not in use Static images, like an application's interface, left on a screen for a long time can actually burn themselves into your display, leaving annoying traces of their image on everything you subsequently view Screen savers counteract this problem by replacing static images with constantly changing images Screen savers can be set to come on after a set number of minutes of inactivity
screen saver
A utility that helps to prevent an image on the monitor from permanently burning the screen by temporarily replacing the screen image with a moving image
screen saver
A software program that runs some sort of animation on the computer screen when it is turned on, but not in use
screen saver
A choice that causes the workstation, after a specified time period, to switch off the display or to vary the images that are displayed, thereby prolonging the life of the screen
screen saver
A background process that monitors system activity such as mouseclicks and key strokes and takes over the system during prolonged periods of idle activity to cover the screen with a display that will prevent damage to its phosphors either by reducing the intensity of electron flow or by displaying an image that changes often enough to avoid screen "burn-in" Some screen savers also offer a security option by requiring a password before a user can regain control of the system
screen saver
Utility program that automatically displays a moving image on the screen if the computer remains idle for a certain period of time; primarily used for entertainment and security 8 22
screen saver
A moving graphic or pattern that appears on your screen when you have not pressed a key or moved your mouse for a specified amonut of time Screen savers prevent screen damage that is caused when the same area of light and dark are displayed for long periods of time
screen saver
A sequence of images that appear when the monitor has been idle for a set amount of time It's purpose is to keep old monitor screens from being damaged
screen saver
A varying pattern or graphic that appears on the screen when the mouse and keyboard have been idle for a user-definable period of time Originally used to prevent a static background from being "burned into" the screen phosphors, this is rarely a problem with modern monitors
screen saver
A simple program designed to protect your monitor from image "burn-in," usually by projecting an animated image onto the screen
screen saver
A program that blanks the desktop display on the monitor when the keyboard and mouse have been untouched for a specific period of time This prevents the monitor from having the images on the desktop "burned" into the screen
screen saver
A simple program designed to protect your monitor from image "burn-in," usually by projecting an animated image onto the screen Related terms: Monitor, Program
screen saver
Moving graphic which appears on the monitor after a set period of time; open applications are still active
screen saver
A feature for preventing damage to the phosphor of a television screen
screen shot
A screen shot of the software running Typically the link or in-line image dialogs are shown
screen shot
screen capture, computerized picture of the screen displayed on a computer monitor (Computers)
screen shot
A shot taken when the goaltender's line of sight is blocked by players of either team in front of the net
screen shot
A shot on goal that the goalie cannot see because it was taken from behind one or more players from either team standing in front of the net
screen shot
a shot the goalie has difficulty seeing because one or more players are between him and the shooter
screen test
{i} short film made to test an actor's suitability for a cinematic role
screen test
When a film studio gives an actor a screen test, they film a short scene in order to test how good he or she would be in films. an occasion when someone is filmed while they are performing, in order to see if they are suitable to act in a film
screen test
a filmed audition of an actor or actress
screen time
time that is allocated for a television program or for each of its participants to be seen on the screen
screen-test
{f} film an actor to test his suitability for a particular role
Print Screen
A key of a computer keyboard

Commonly, under graphical interface based operating systems, a key that when pressed copies the current image to the clipboard or to a file.

altar screen
An often richly decorated partition separating the nave from the chancel in a church
big screen
A surface upon which films are projected, and, by extension, films themselves

You should watch Star Wars on the big screen for the full effect.

blue screen of death
The screen displayed by Microsoft's Windows operating system when it cannot (or is in danger of being unable to) recover from a system error. Abbreviation: BSOD
clear view screen
a circular disc of plate glass, set into the screen of a ship's bridge and spun at high speed by an electric motor in heavy rain or snow; it offers a clear view forward
fire screen
a mesh grill placed in front of a fire to prevent sparks escaping
flip-screen
Not scrolling, but composed of linked screens between which the player can move

So, your masterpiece is going to have to be either a straightforward (upward?) vertically scrolling blast (with a choice of fast or faster still but both supremely smooth), a single flip-screen affair or a 'push-scrolling' jobbie where the screen scrolls in accordance with the main sprite.

folding screen
a piece of furniture which consists of two to four frames connected by hinges
full screen
Of a window occupying all the available displayable surface of a screen

Most computer games are played in full screen mode.

green screen
The display of an IBM 3270 or similar monochrome monitor
green screen
Chroma key, a technique for replacing the studio background of video. Also called blue screen depending on the color of the background
kill screen
A level in a computer game that is impossible to win, usually due to programming errors
loading screen
A graphical display shown while a program loads (e.g. from cassette tape), comparable to the splash screen in modern software

So, as long as you don't mind the substantial lack of 'player involvement', and the strange purple-skinned people on the loading screen, Tie-Break is a neatly put-together and enjoyable game.

moving screen
An offensive foul committed when a player executing a screen moves in order to block the defender and makes contact. Technically it is a block; in other words, there is no such terminology in most rulebooks using the phrase "moving screen." This means that, for it to be a foul, there must be contact (and illegal contact at that, meaning advantage-conveying). No illegal contact, no foul, no matter how much moving the screener does
nag screen
A message displayed by a nagware program to encourage the user to purchase the full version
nag-screen
Attributive form of nag screen, noun
on-screen
Appearing on television or in a movie

The two actors had very realistic on-screen romance, but in reality they couldn't stand each other.

on-screen
Appearing on a computer screen
plasma screen
A plasma display
screen