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  1. screening

    • IPA[ˈskrēniNG]

    美式

    • n.
      a showing of a movie, video, or television program;the evaluation or investigation of something as part of a methodical survey, to assess suitability for a particular role or purpose
    • noun: screening, plural noun: screenings

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    • 1. a showing of a movie, video, or television program filmgoers were shut out in droves from the film's many screenings in Cannes the less-than-successful screening of the sitcom's pilot episode
    • 2. the evaluation or investigation of something as part of a methodical survey, to assess suitability for a particular role or purpose nowhere is drug screening more common than in the federal criminal justice system
    • the testing of a person or group of people for the presence of a disease or other condition prenatal screening for Down syndrome
    • 3. refuse separated by sieving grain.
    • n.
      the testing of a large group of people for the presence of a disease or other condition: the government says mass screening is needed to plan long-term care

    Oxford Dictionary

    • n.
      the examination of cellular material from the neck of the womb for cancer.

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    • IPA[ˈskriːnɪŋ]

    英式

    • n.
      a showing of a film, video, or television programme: filmgoers were shut out in droves from the film's many screenings in Cannes the less-than-successful screening of the sitcom's pilot episode

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