Definition Of screening
a showing of a movie, video, or television program.
It also seeks to prohibit the screening of films, television programs and advertisements without a license.
conceal, protect, or shelter (someone or something) with a screen or something forming a screen.
her hair swung across to screen her face
pass (a substance such as grain or coal) through a large sieve or screen, especially so as to sort it into different sizes.
Mesh barriers or sieves can screen out anything larger than a certain size from incoming water.
project (a photograph or other image) through a transparent ruled plate so as to be able to reproduce it as a halftone.
refuse separated by sieving grain.
Example Of screening
A new method of cervical smear test screening is being developed which could save hundreds of lives.
After an initial screening and baseline blood tests, the patients were randomly divided into four groups.
All subjects underwent a thorough medical screening to exclude symptomatology or clinical evidence of hepatobiliary disease.
Also for the first time, HBO is running a contest, ‘Home to Rome’, for viewers in connection with the screening of the film.
An opening night premiere party will follow the screening , and all films will show at the Oak Street Cinema.