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bescreen (archaic) to conceal as if by covering with a screen; hide from sight.
billing the order or size of performers' names as they appear on a printed program, screen credits, or the like, taken as a sign of relative status or importance. [1/3 definitions]
blind (sometimes pl.) a device in a window to screen out light or give privacy within. [1/12 definitions]
blip a bright spot on a radar screen, used as an indicator. [1/5 definitions]
bookmark in computing, a user's stored link to a previously visited location on the Internet, often displayed on-screen as a menu item or icon. [1/2 definitions]
button a small, round symbol on a computer screen or electronically-active page that allows one to activate a program. [1/7 definitions]
cathode-ray tube a vacuum tube in which a stream of electrons is accelerated and focused in a beam that produces lighted traces on a screen at one end of the tube, used in television sets, computer monitors, and the like.
click in computing, to press and release the button on a mouse in order to carry out an action on the screen, such as positioning the cursor or selecting a program icon (often followed by "on"). [1/8 definitions]
CRT abbreviation of "cathode-ray tube," a vacuum tube in which a stream of electrons is accelerated and focused in a beam that produces lighted traces on a screen at one end of the tube, used in television sets, computer monitors, and the like.
cursor a movable lighted marker on a computer terminal screen that indicates where data can be inserted.
curtain anything that functions as a screen or barrier. [1/7 definitions]
desktop in computing, a graphical interface on personal computers that represents the user's working space as icons on a background that covers the screen, or the folder whose contents are thus represented. [1/4 definitions]
display in computers, the screen on which data is displayed, or the data itself as it appears to the user on the screen. [1/8 definitions]
drag in computing, to move (a selected item) across a computer screen by manipulating the mouse while holding down the mouse button. [1/13 definitions]
filmstrip a strip of developed film containing a series of still photographs designed to be projected on a screen.
fluoroscope a fluorescent screen used with x-rays or other radiation for viewing the internal structure of opaque objects such as the human body.
galanty show a shadow play performed by throwing the shadows of puppets on a screen or wall.
ghost a false, shadowy, unwanted image, as on film or a television screen. [1/7 definitions]
gobo a dark screen used to reduce the amount of light that reaches a motion picture or television camera lens. [2 definitions]
graphic arts arts such as etching or photography in which limited multiples of an image, each considered an original, are printed from the plate, screen, block, or piece of film on which the artist creates the image. [1/2 definitions]
graphics (used with a sing. or pl. verb) the process of producing drawings, diagrams, and the like on a computer screen. [1/3 definitions]