covered frame used to protect or hide sb/sth
anything that conceals sb/sth or gives protection
the front glass surface of an electrical instrument
a surface on which a cinema film is shown
shelter or protect from light, wind, harm, punishment, etc.
show or broadcast (a film or television show)
examine or test sb/sth to find out if there is any disease, defect, etc.
protect sb (from blame, punishment, etc.)
"they had just moved in and had not put up blinds yet"
"a screen of trees afforded privacy"
"under cover of darkness"
"the brush provided a covert for game"
"the simplest concealment is to match perfectly the color of the background"
"they put screens in the windows for protection against insects"
"a metal screen protected the observers"
"a star of stage and screen"
"he heard the screen slam as she left"
"screen the blood for the HIV virus"
"screen the suitcases"
"screen these samples"
"screen the job applicants"
"screen a film"
"block out the strong sunlight"
Screens round a bed by the door.
出自： D. M. Thomas
Great exertions were made to screen him from justice.
出自： W. Irving
Under a..Japanese sunshade..visitors could be screened from the eyes of the curious.
出自： J. Galsworthy
The drive curved and tall moulded hedges..screened it from the street.
出自： R. Chandler
The silk walls had been screened by a..fence of carved jade flowers.
出自： R. Ingalls